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Fulton County traffic stop leads to five arrests

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A traffic stop Thursday evening led to five arrests and the seizure of sixteen guns in Fulton County. After the stop, police searched a house on North 750 West where a meth lab, meth, marijuana, cocaine and several guns were found.

One handgun and sixteen long rifles were found at the house and taken by police. One child at the house was turned over to the Department of Child Services.

The five were charged with a total of fourteen felony charges. The arrested and charges were:

Randy W. Overmyer, 51 of Rochester

  • Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine (Class B Felony)
  • Possession of Methamphetamine (Class D Felony)
  • Illegal Possession of Hypodermic Needle (Class D Felony)
  • Maintaining a Common Nuisance (Class D Felony)
  • Operating While Intoxicated (Class C Misdemeanor

James W. Fagan, 41 of Rochester

  • Manufacturing Methamphetamine (Class B Felony)
  • Possession of Methamphetamine (Class D Felony)
  • Illegal Possession of Hypodermic Needle (Class D Felony)
  • Possession of Marijuana (Class A Misdemeanor)

Trista E. Odell, 29 of Rochester

  • Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine (Class B Felony)
  • Possession of Methamphetamine (Class D Felony)
  • Visiting a Common Nuisance (Class B Misdemeanor)
  • Neglect of a Dependent (Class D Felony)

Marshal W. Wilson, 68 of Winamac

  • Possession of Cocaine (Class D Felony)
  • Possession of Paraphernalia (Class D Felony)

Amanda Tuttle, 23 of Rochester

  • Possession of Methamphetamine (Class D Felony)
  • Possession of Scheduled II Controlled Substance (Class D Felony)


All five people are currently being held in the Fulton County Jail.

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