WARSAW — Three Warsaw residents were arrested after selling various drugs from a home while a child was there.
Ashley Cummins, 27, 340 E. Levi Lee Road, Warsaw, is being charged with conspiring to commit a felony, possession of a narcotic drug with enhancing circumstances, possession of methamphetamine with enhancing circumstances and neglect of a dependent, a level 4 felony.
Brian Julian, 46, 1038 Briar Ridge Circle, Warsaw, is being charged with possession of a syringe for a legend drug with enhancing circumstances, possession of a narcotic and two counts of possession of methamphetamine.
Tracy Julian, 46, 1038 Briar Ridge Circle, Warsaw, is being charged with possession of a narcotic drug and possession of a syringe.
On Dec. 14, a Warsaw Police Officer witnessed a drug deal of methamphetamine at Cummins’ Levi Lee Road residence. Officers entered the residence and observed Cummins, Brian Julian, Tracy Julian and a minor child in the residence.
Cummins had methamphetamine and heroin on her person and had just finished a deal of marijuana and narcotics. Officers then obtained a search warrant for the residence. The discovered a container of heroin, a piece of cotton that tested positive for methamphetamine, several hypodermic syringes, scales, grinders, smoking pipes, a plastic bag of marijuana and one Suboxone strip.
Officers then searched Brian Julian’s jacket and found a metal spoon with residue, digital scales, one Suboxone strip, a bag of methamphetamine and heroin.
Brian Julian admitted to using methamphetamine at Cummins’ residence and that the heroin and methamphetamine belonged to him. He advised his wife Tracy injects heroin and the syringes found were for both of them. Tracy Julian admitted to officers that while at the residence she had injected .2 grams of heroin.
Officers found that the area where Cummins was dealing and the drugs were found was beside a room where the minor had been located. Hypodermic needles were located within 20 feet of the minor.
All three adults were booked into the Kosciusko County Jail on Dec. 15.