On, Monday, Feb. 24, at approximately 2 p.m., Warsaw Police made a traffic stop on a Pontiac Grand Prix in the 300 block of South Detroit Street after receiving an anonymous tip that the vehicle occupants were transporting heroin to sell in both Kosciusko and Wabash counties.
A police canine alerted to the presence of illegal drugs and eighteen individual bags of heroin, weighing approximately 8 grams total, were recovered from Meagan A. Martens’ body.
Narcotics officers took Meagan Martens, 24, Wabash, into custody and booked her into the Kosciusko County Jail on a class B felony charge of dealing in a schedule I controlled substance and possession of a schedule I controlled substance. She is being held with no bond.
Martens’ boyfriend, Douglas B. Jordan, 26, Wabash, was booked for dealing in a schedule I controlled substance, a class B felony, and held with no bond.
Narcotics officers indicate that Martens and Jordan were significant suppliers of heroin in the Kosciusko and Wabash County areas.
The Wabash County Drug Task Force and the Kosciusko County Prosecutor’s Office assisted Warsaw police and narcotics officers in their investigation.