Waterloo man arrested after police find stolen gun, drugs

Crime
Jeromy D. Hurd

AUBURN, Ind. (WANE) — A Waterloo man was arrested on drug and gun charges Thursday afternoon after police said they found a stolen gun and drugs in a Garrett home.

Just before 4 p.m., Auburn Police, in conjunction with U.S. Marshals out of Fort Wayne and Grand Rapids, served an active Michigan warrant on 30-year-old Jeromy D. Hurd for absconding on a parole violation. At the home in the 300 block of South Walsh Street in Garrett, authorities found:

  • 1 stolen handgun
  • 1.6 Pounds of Marijuana
  • 82 grams of suspected Methamphetamine
  • 25 Morphine Pills (Schedule II controlled substance)
  • 24 Hydrocodone Pills (Schedule II controlled substance)
  • Several pieces of paraphernalia

Hurd was book into the DeKalb County Jail on the warrant. Auburn Police said “numerous other charges related to the drugs and firearm are pending.”

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