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Two men arrested for meth, loitering
A call regarding a suspicious vehicle landed to men behind bars on multiple charges.
Holmes County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an unoccupied residence on Jan. 30 in regard to a vehicle that did not belong at the home.
When HCSO arrived on scene, contact was made with the vehicle’s occupants identified at Ty Enfinger and John Judah. The vehicle had a trailer attached which was backed up under the carport. As HCSO spoke with the men, K-9 Lasso conducted a free air sniff and gave a positive alert to the presence of narcotics in the vehicle.
Deputies conducted a search of the vehicle and located, meth pipes, methamphetamines, marijuana pipes, a set of scales, and marijuana.
Enfinger and Judah are both charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia, and loitering and prowling.