UPDATE (Dec. 4, 2017)– Natalie Poole was found guilty of possession of cocaine and maintaining a common nuisance. She was sentenced to about two years of probation.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Detectives arrested two people and seized narcotics, handguns and cash from a north side home during a bust Thursday morning.
Police say the investigation was conducted in two parts.
First, detectives served a search warrant to a home in the 4100 block of North Dequincy Street around 9 a.m. SWAT was also requested because police say their target, Timothy Poole, 45, has a violent history, including arrests for murder and aggravated battery.
Timothy was not at the home at the time, but his wife, Natalie Poole, 34, was and she was taken into custody without incident.
At the same time, other detectives monitored Timothy at his girlfriend’s house in the 4400 block of Crittenden Avenue and took him into custody without incident as he left.
Both Timothy and Natalie were preliminarily charged with dealing cocaine, possession of cocaine, dealing heroin, possession of heroin, possession of a controlled substance, serious violent felon in possession of a firearm, and maintaining a common nuisance.
Child Protective Services responded and took custody of the Poole’s children.
Detectives found and seized the following while searching the home:
- ½ Ounce of Cocaine
- Less than a gram of Heroin
- Prescription Pills (Xanax and others)
- .40 Caliber Glock 22 Handgun
- 9mm Glock 17 Handgun
- .380 Caliber Bryco Handgun
- 50 round 9mm magazine
- 30 round 9mm magazine
- Various Drug Dealing Paraphernalia
- $934 in cash
- 1988 Chevy Impala
- 2007 Chevy Impala
- 2000 Chevy Pickup
- Suzuki Hayabusa 1300cc motorcycle