3 facing drug dealing charges after IMPD discovers meth, marijuana and guns during search

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UPDATE: Amy Huber pleaded guilty to dealing in methamphetamine. Possession of a narcotic drug and possession of marijuana charges were dismissed as a result. She was sentenced to 4 years, with 2 years suspended and 42 days credit for time served. She’ll serve her term in Marion County Community Credits on home detention.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Three people were arrested on drug dealing charges after IMPD officers served a search warrant at a home Wednesday.

Narcotics detectives, Flex team officers and a SWAT team entered the home in the 3300 block of Lyons street around 7:30 p.m. There, they found 37-year-old Amy Huber, 25-year-old Brandon Johnson and 38-year-old Robert Quinn.

During the search, detectives seized marijuana, methamphetamine, a .22 caliber rifle with ammunition, a 12 gauge shotgun with ammunition and an undisclosed amount of cash.

Huber was arrested for dealing narcotics with a gun enhancement and possession of marijuana. Police say she had a previous conviction for dealing marijuana.

Quinn was arrested for possession of marijuana and dealing marijuana. He had a previous conviction for possession of marijuana.

Johnson was arrested for dealing marijuana.

All three were transported to the Arrestee Processing Center by the Marion County Sheriff’s Office.

Anyone with information regarding narcotics or illegal activity is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 262-TIPS (8477), (800) 222-TIPS (8477), or submit an online tip at http://www.CrimeTips.org.

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