Waterloo Drug Bust

WATERLOO, Ind. (WOWO): Two Waterloo residents are arrested after a drug bust. Waterloo officers responded Wednesday to the Concord Village Mobile Home Park to serve an arrest warrant to 42-year-old Philip Langford, on a charge of possession of precursors by a meth offender. When police got into the home, they could smell marijuana. There were 2 adults and 3 juveniles at the house. Marijuana and smoking utensils were taken during the investigation. Tabatha Langford and Dennis Perdue were arrested. Philip Langford wasn’t home at the time and is still wanted on the arrest warrant.


45-year-old Tabatha Langford is charged with:

Maintaining a Common Nuisance, a Class D Felony

Contributing to Delinquency, a Class A Misdemeanor


21-year-old Dennis J. Perdue is charged with:

Contributing to Delinquency, a Class A  Misdemeanor