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ISP arrest four in Vincennes meth bust

Michael Kimmell Michael Kimmell
Dawn Kimmell Dawn Kimmell
Kurtis Evans Kurtis Evans
Jessica Moore Jessica Moore
The scene - from Indiana State Police The scene - from Indiana State Police

Posted by Rachel Folz - email

VINCENNES, IN (WFIE) - Four people are jailed after troopers say they found meth in a Vincennes home.

It happened on 10th Street Sunday afternoon.

Indiana State Police say they got a call about some illegal drug activity at a home there.

Troopers said in a release that they could smell meth manufacturing from outside the house.

When they went into the basement, troopers say they found meth making items, paraphernalia and pot.

The residents, Michael and Dawn Kimmell were arrested along with two people staying in the basement, Kurtis Evans, 34 and Jessica Moore, 24.

The Kimmell's 13-year-old son was taken into protective custody by Knox County CPS.

The Kimmells are charged with possession of meth and marijuana along with making meth and neglect of a dependant.

Evans is charged with possession of meth and precursors along with manufacturing meth.

Moore is charged with possession of meth and visiting a common nuisance.

All four were taken to jail.

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