KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, Ind. (WOWO): Six people were arrested in Kosciusko County during the overnight hours on Wednesday.
Andrew Steven Secor, 30, of Warsaw was arrested on preliminary charges of felony fraud, theft, possession of meth and possession of a syringe. Police say he also had an active warrant for his arrest, according to the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office.
Melissa Lynn Wheeler, 36, of Pierceton was arrested on a preliminary charge of possession of paraphernalia.
Madison Chase May, 18, Warsaw, May was arrested on a preliminary charge of felony fraud.
Jessie Lee Savant, Jr., 55, of Warsaw had active felony warrants for failure to appear and probation violation. He was arrested on preliminary charges of felony fraud and forgery.
Brady Lee Shepherd, 26, Mentone, had an active felony warrants for failure to appear and domestic battery.
Brian Keith Noll, 42, of Warsaw also had an active felony warrant for burglary.
The arrests started when Lake City Bank contacted the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department. The bank said that checks might have been stolen from the Vineyard Church in Syracuse.
Through video footage, police identified Secor as the suspect cashing checks. When officers found Secor, they followed him to a hotel room. Police found Wheeler, meth and syringes inside the hotel room.
Police arrested both Secor and Wheeler at the hotel room. Then officers went to a house in the 400 block of South Union Street in Warsaw to find someone wanted on a warrant.
When officers arrived, they found May, who said Savant was inside the house. Officers found drug paraphernalia inside the home.