Arrest warrant leads to meth precursors PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 06 August 2013 00:00

At approximately 3 p.m. onĀ  Tuesday, July 30, troopers from the Indiana State Police served an arrest warrant at 1530 East County Line Road in rural Washington County.
While at the residence officers made contact with Darrell Wayne Blake Browning, 24, from Washington County.
When officers first talked to Browning he gave them false information about whom he was.
Officers were able to prove his true identity and arrested him on two outstanding warrants, one out of Johnson County for Theft, Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Paraphernalia. He was also wanted out of Floyd County, for Failure to Appear.
While officers were in the residence they noticed articles associated with the production of Methamphetamine.
They applied for and received a search warrant for the residence. The search resulted in the locating of precursors for the production of Methamphetamine.
An infant was also taken from the home and placed into the care of the Indiana Department of Family and Children.
Besides the warrants, Darrell Wayne Blake Browning was also charged with False Informing, A Misdemeanor; Intimidation, D Felony; Possession of Precursors to Manufacture Methamphetamine, D Felony and Neglect of a Dependent, D Felony.
Browning was incarcerated in the Washington County Jail.