A Logansport trio has been arrested on a variety of charges involving the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

Indiana State Trooper Bob Burgess and officers from the Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section on Monday arrested Jessica Cline, 19, Letha Fritz, 38, and Daniel Hellyer, 35, all of Logansport, for allegedly possessing drug precursors and conspiring to manufacture a Schedule II narcotic (methamphetamine).

All three reportedly reside on Cass County Road 500S. Fritz is Cline’s mother. Hellyer is Fritz’ boyfriend.

An investigation of suspected methamphetamine activity was started by Trooper Burgess, leading officers to the home. Officers were given permission to search the residence and property and found numerous items commonly associated with the making of methamphetamine. All three were arrested and incarcerated at the Cass County Jail on a $5,000 bond.

The specific charges are as follows:

•Jessica Cline, 19, Logansport, possesssion of precursors, Class D felony; conspiring to manufacture a Schedule II narcotic (methamphetamine), Class B felony.

•Letha W. Fritz, 38, Logansport, possession of precursors, Class D felony; and conspiring to manufacture a Schedule II narcotic (methamphetamine), Class B felony.

•Daniel Hellyer, 35, Logansport, possession of precursors, Class D felony; and conspiring to manufacture a Schedule II narcotic (methamphetamine), Class B felony.

Citizens are encouraged to report suspected methamphetamine activity by calling the Indiana State Police Meth Hotline at (800)453-4756.



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