FISHERS, Ind. (July 20, 2015) – Fishers police recovered 100 pounds of marijuana, $330,000 in cash, other narcotics, prescription drugs, and three guns following a multi-agency investigation.
Fishers Police called the bust the largest in the department's history.
A routine traffic stop on July 16 led to the bust. An officer reported a strong smell of marijuana coming from the car and, after using a K9 officer, found 19.7 pounds of the drug and various other items, including a digital scale.
The stop also led police to the Residence Inn in Fishers and a storage unit in Indianapolis. In all, officers seized 100 pounds of marijuana, various other narcotics and prescription pills, four guns and $330,000 in cash.
Police arrested Dejuan Ray Wells, 28, and Bria Nicole Davis, 21, both from Indianapolis following the investigation.
"We want the residents to know that we are dedicated to deterring and detecting illegal narcotics activity here in fishers and obviously we're going to use every resource to continue that," Fishers Police Sgt. Tom Weger said.
Officers did not arrest anyone else but said the investigation is still underway.