WARSAW — Andrew Jeffery Horn, 48, 1622 E. Clark St., Warsaw, is being charged with a level 6 possession of syringe; level 6 felony of possession of precursor by a methamphetamine offender; a class B misdemeanor possession of marijuana and a class C misdemeanor possession of paraphernalia.
According to an affidavit of probable cause, on Feb. 2, officers with the Warsaw Police Department received information from multiple sources that Horn had been manufacturing and selling meth from his residence.
Officers conducted surveillance on the residence and observed a white SUV occupied by four unknown individuals arrive at the residence. Two the vehicle’s occupants went inside but came back out within a couple of minutes. When the SUV left the residence, officers performed a traffic stop on the vehicle.
The officers spoke with a female in the vehicle, who told them one of the passengers had gone to the residence to deliver pseudoephedrine to Horn for the purpose of manufacturing meth.
Officers went to Horn’s residence and spoke with Horn’s son, who led officers to the Horn’s bedroom. When officers entered the bedroom they observed a box of pseudoephedrine on a bedside table, along with a piece of cotton in a spoon and a syringe.
Officers obtained consent from Horn to search the residence and during the search they found marijuana, an unopened box of pseudoephedrine, baggies with white residue, a glass pipe and spoon with residue, along with other items classified as drug paraphernalia.
Horn admitted to officers that the items in the bedroom belonged to him and that he uses meth. He further admitted the pseudoephedrine was going to be used to manufacture meth.
Horn was convicted of possession of two or more chemical reagents or precursors with intent to manufacture a controlled substance in 2014 in Kosciusko County Circuit Court.
Horn is being held on a $2,250 surety and cash bond.