Police arrested multiple people Wednesday and found 83 grams of meth, five grams of heroin, marijuana, a semi-automatic handgun and over $900.

According to a press release issued by the Cass County Drug Task Force, officers were following through with a traffic stop near the intersection of Sixth and High Street in Logansport when they smelled marijuana emitting from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle and occupants led to officers finding meth, heroin, marijuana, a semi-automatic gun and money.

The drug task force arrested Terrence Miller, 35, Logansport, on a meth-related charge after the traffic stop. Miller was arrested on felony charges of dealing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine dealing heroin, possession heroin, serious violent felon in possession of a firearm and a misdemeanor charge of resisting law enforcement.

Another occupant, Lanell Chamber Jr., 28, Logansport, was charged with possession of marijuana.

Police released a female juvenile from the scene to her parents.

The drug task force was assisted by the Logansport Police Department Patrol Division and the Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section.

According to police, additional arrests are expected to be made based on this investigation. Citizens are encouraged to report suspicious activity in their neighborhoods to the Logansport Police Department of 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.

Reach Quentin Blount at quentin.blount@pharostribune.com or 574-732-5130.

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