Six arrested by Salem Police Department PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 27 February 2013 00:00

During drug enforcement operations last week a total of six people were arrested by the Salem Police Department.
The following is a list of those arrested and their charges:
Sally Chism, 50, Conspiracy to commit corrupt business influences; Possession of synthetic cannabanoids over 2 grams; Dealing a controlled substance and Maintaining a common nuisance.
Keith Schuler, 32, Conspiracy to commit corrupt business influences; Possession of synthetic cannabanoids; Dealing a controlled substance; Maintaining a common nuisance and Possession of paraphernalia.
Connie Johnson, 33, Conspiracy to commit corrupt business influences; Possession of synthetic cannabanoids; Dealing a controlled substance and Maintaining a common nuisance.
Michael Baker, 28, Invasion of privacy, Possession of synthetic cannabanoids; Maintaining a common nuisance and Possession of paraphernalia.
Terri Clements, 43, Invasion of privacy; Possession of synthetic cannabanoids; Maintaining a common nuisance; Possession of paraphernalia.
Jesse Albertson, 29, Arrested on a warrant while visiting one of the places where the search warrant was being executed.
The Salem Police Department is continuing the investigation and more arrests are expected.
The Salem Police Depart would like to thank The Washington County Sheriff Department, The Indiana State Police, The U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Campbellsburg Town Marshall, Indiana Conservation Officers, Indiana Excise Police, and the Washington County Prosecutor’s Office for their hard work concerning this year long investigation