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EPD arrests four on meth charges at barber shop

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Posted by Rachel Folz - email

EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - Four people are arrested on meth charges at an Evansville barber shop.

Evansville police were called to the North Park Barber Shop, located around the intersection of Campground and Stringtown roads.

Police say they had received a tip that there were people coming in and out at strange hours.

Four people were on the property when police showed up:  Teresa McGill, Harold Clem, Sherry Walker and Lanita Hulfachor.

The owner, Teresa McGill told police they could look around.

According to the affidavit, police found a spoon, syringe and some empty meth baggies in the basement apartment of the business. Additionally, police say they found Sudafed and some other meth making materials.

In the office of the business, police say they found a case with empty meth baggies, a Lortab and other drug paraphernalia.

A search of Clem's bike revealed drug paraphernalia along with 3.3 grams of a white substance police were not able to identify, police say.

McGill is charged with maintaining a common nuisance, possession of meth, precursors, syringes and paraphernalia. 

Clem is charged with dealing a look-a-like substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Walker is charged with possession of meth, syringes, and marijuana, along with resisting law enforcement and visiting a common nuisance.

Hulfachor is charged with possession of precursors, meth, syringes, Lortab, paraphernalia, and visiting a common nuisance.

They were all taken to the Vanderburgh County Jail.

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