Two arrested for drugs near Seymour on Interstate 65

Tony Jackson. Photo courtesy of Indiana State Police.

Indiana State Police say that police dog Jinx was involved with two drug-related arrests on Interstate 65 in Jackson County Monday.

According to reports from the state police, Jinx and his handler Master Trooper Randel Miller stopped a vehicle near Seymour after it passed the police car going more than 100 mph at about 11 a.m. Monday morning. Jinx alerted to the smell of drugs inside the vehicle and a search revealed heroin, cocaine, marijuana and two firearms. 63-year-old Tony C. Jackson, of Muskegon, Michigan, was arrested on charges of possession of cocaine with a firearm and possession of narcotics with a firearm, as well as for possessing marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a handgun without a permit.

Nabeel Husari. Photo courtesy of Indiana State Police.

At about 2:30 p.m. Monday afternoon, Miller stopped a second vehicle for a traffic infraction near the Seymour exit. Jinx again alerted to drugs in the vehicle and a search revealed ecstasy, MDMA, LSD, psychedelic mushrooms, ketamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and more than $600 in cash. 29-year-old Nabeel J. Husari, of Springfield, Tennessee, is facing charges for dealing and possessing controlled substances, as well as dealing drug paraphernalia and possessing marijuana.



Evidence photo from Husari arrest. Photo courtesy of Indiana State Police.