Two Seymour residents recently were arrested for dealing drugs in unrelated cases.
On Friday morning, members of Seymour Police Department’s detective division served a warrant for Crystal Dawn Long, 30, at her home in the 600 block of South County Road 1100E, Seymour.
For a period of six months, controlled buys of methamphetamine were conducted at Long’s home, police report. When officers executed the search warrant Friday, they also found marijuana, Detective Brian Moore said.
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Long was arrested on three counts of dealing in methamphetamine — one Level 4 felony and two Level 5 felonies — and taken to the Jackson County Jail in Brownstown.
Moore said Long could face more charges, and other arrests are possible.
Long appeared Monday in front of Jackson Circuit Judge Richard W. Poynter. Her jury trial was set for 8:30 a.m. June 7, and Poynter set her bond at $5,000 cash.
If convicted on the Level 4 felony, she could face two to 12 years in prison.
On Jan. 16, Seth D. Moore, 24, was arrested for dealing in heroin and three counts of dealing in methamphetamine. Controlled buys had been conducted for about six months, Brian Moore said.
Seth Moore’s initial hear-ing was conducted Jan. 19, and Poynter set his bond at $5,000 cash and set a jury trial for 8:30 a.m. June 7.
All of Seth Moore’s charges are Level 4 felonies.
Brian Moore said more arrests also are possible with this case.