Two People Arrested For Possession And Sale Of Wild Animals

MOORES HILL, Ind. (WOWO): Two people are in trouble for trying to sell wild animals and holding various drugs.

Indiana Conservation Officers received a tip that 27 year old Jason S. Miller and 18 year old Rachael M. Blankenship were keeping and selling wild animals. When police searched their home in Moores Hill, they found raccoons, skunks, black bass, drugs and drug paraphernalia.

27 year old Jason S. Miller of Moores Hill was charged with possession of skunk (class c misdemeanor,) possession of raccoon (class c misdemeanor,) possession of black bass (class c misdemeanor,) illegal sale of wildlife (class c misdemeanor,) possession of a controlled substance (level 6 felony,) possession of a legend drug (level 6 felony,) possession of paraphernalia (class a misdemeanor,) taking juvenile to location used for drug sale, manufacture, or possession (class a misdemeanor.)

18 year old Rachael M. Blankenship of Moores Hill was charged with possession of skunk (class c misdemeanor,) possession of raccoon (class c misdemeanor,) illegal sale of wildlife (class c misdemeanor,) possession of paraphernalia (class a misdemeanor,) taking juvenile to location used for drug sale, manufacture, or possession (class a misdemeanor.)

Both were taken to the Dearborn County Jail.