Two In Indiana Arrested Selling Meth Via Facebook Messenger

There’s been a lot of talk about Facebook messenger and inboxes this weekend. Like the October heat wave, most Hoosiers are asking themselves, ‘when will it end’?   

Two have been arrested following an attempt to sell meth to a man by using his Facebook Messenger account. Apparently, the man was not interested.  

Police report the man contacted Indiana State Police, saying someone had reached out to him about a drug deal involving the purchase or a quarter ounce of meth for $400 bucks. After talking with police, he agreed to help arrest the suspect by following through with the proposed deal.

When the suspected dealer and his potential buyer met on SR 61 north of Boonville, (WARRICK COUNTY, Ind.) state troopers were able to take the suspects into custody.

Stephen Robinson, 46, behind the wheel and his passenger, Alison Roettger, 32, were arrested.

Police say they found two bags of meth, two electronic scales, two syringes and other drug paraphernalia.

Robinson and Roettger are facing felony charges for dealing meth, possession of meth and possession of a syringe.

No charges we filed for disrespecting a Facebook inbox!  

- Don Stuck


Don Stuck

Don Stuck

Don Stuck


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