Investigation by Cass County Drug Task Force leads to arrest of two Logansport residents

On January 29, 2020 at approximately 1:32 p.m., members of the Cass County Drug Task Force were conducting a drug investigation, which led to the arrest of two Logansport residents.

Officer Bryce Hall and Officer Tyler Miller assisted with this investigation, which led to a traffic stop on a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Jeremy Pauley in Logansport, Indiana. Pauley had a female passenger in the vehicle identified as Rachel Boughton, 31.

Officer Bryce Hall utilized his K9 partner Krypto and conducted a free air sniff around the vehicle. A probable cause search of the vehicle led to a seizure of 7 small zip lock bags of different quantities totaling approximately 50 grams of probable methamphetamine. Probable marijuana was also located during this traffic stop.

Jeremy Pauley and Rachel Boughton were transported to the Cass County Jail on multiple drug charges at this point.

Pauley faces charges of dealing methamphetamine (Level 2 felony), possession of methamphetamine (Level 3 felony), possession of marijuana (B misdemeanor), and possession of paraphernalia (C misdemeanor).

Boughton faces charges of dealing methamphetamine (Level 2 felony), Possession of methamphetamine (Level 3 felony), possession of marijuana (B misdemeanor), and possession of paraphernalia (C misdemeanor).

This traffic stop led members of the Drug Task Force to obtain a search warrant for the Days Inn located in Kokomo, Indiana. The search warrant was executed and a seizure of approximately 159 grams of probable methamphetamine, approximately 83 grams of probable marijuana, multiple smoking devices, and packaging material were located. Charges resulting from this search warrant will be sent to Howard County Prosecutors Office for review.

The Drug Task Force was assisted by members of the Logansport Police Department, Cass County Sheriff’s Department, and Kokomo Police Department. Based on this investigation, additional arrests are anticipated. Citizens are encouraged to report suspicious activity in their neighborhoods to the Logansport Police Department or the Cass County Sheriff’s Department. The Cass County Drug Task Force can be reached by email at drugtips@logansportpolice.com or lpdmsu@logansportpolice.com.

SOURCE: News release from Cass County Drug Task Force