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MUNCIE, Ind. – Police in Muncie arrested multiple people while serving a search warrant  in connection with the disappearance of Angie Barlow.

The search warrant was served in the 500 block of E Streeter Ave on Wednesday morning. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is the lead investigating agency, and they were assisted by the Muncie PD and the FBI. Four people were arrested at the home.

Michelle Brown was arrested for dealing a controlled substance, theft, possession of a narcotic drug, and maintaining a common nuisance. Investigators say she stole $7,000 from Barlow’s grandmother’s bank account.

De’Aundre Twilley was arrested for dealing a controlled substance, possession of a narcotic drug, and maintaining a common nuisance.

Marquese Bell (left) and Eric Newton (right)

Marquese Bell and Eric Newton were arrested for visiting a common nuisance.

IMPD released the following statement about the investigation:

“We did serve a search warrant in Muncie yesterday with the assistance of Muncie Police and the FBI. The search warrant was in reference to Angie Barlow case as we had received information that there may have been a connection to her disappearance and some of the subjects who may have been staying at that address. Upon executing the search warrant there were arrests that were made by Muncie Police on various, unrelated charges. As far as the Barlow case goes, it is still an open investigation that we are still actively and aggressively investigating.”

Barlow, 23, was last seen on October 27 before she vanished at a party. Police found Barlow’s car in November.

It is unclear exactly where her 2007 Blue Pontiac G6 was found.  It’s also unknown if items inside the car could give police clues to her whereabouts.

If you have any information about Barlow’s disappearance, please contact Crime Stoppers at (317)-262-TIPS.

Angela Barlow (Photo courtesy of Christina Barlow-Kramer)