Six were arrested in Pekin Tuesday on Meth-related charges and battery.
According to Chief Deputy Sheriff Roger Newlon, while serving arrest warrants at 291 East State Road 60, in Pekin, at approximately 7:05 a.m. Tuesday, officers located working meth labs inside the home.
The house was about 8 houses down from Newlon’s Grocery in Pekin.
According to the news release, a search warrant was executed by the Indiana State Police Clandestine Lab Team and the Washington County Sheriff’s Department.
Arrested on warrants at the Pekin address were:
- Clayton Rogers, 46, Floyd County, on a warrant for possession of Meth, possession of syringes and possession of precursors.
- Cody Rogers, 18, Washington County, on a warrant for intimidation and criminal mischief.
- Jennie Kemp, 19, Washington County, for battery.
- Zackery Rogers, 18, Washington County, on a warrant for intimidation, criminal recklessness and criminal mischief.
- Also arrested at the scene was Jerry White for visiting a common nuisance.
At another residence in Pekin, Albert Hardin, 23, was arrested on a Washington County warrant for criminal mischief.
As a result of the search warrant and evidence obtained, those involved were charged as follows:
- Clayton Rogers; charged with Manufacturing Meth, (A Felony); Dealing, (A Felony); Possession of Meth (B Felony); Possession of a Precursor (D Felony); Maintaining a Common Nuisance (D Felony); and Possession of Paraphernalia (A Misdemeanor)
- Jerry White; charged with Manufacturing Meth (A Felony)
- Cody Rogers; Aiding in Manufacturing of Meth (A Felony); Dealing (A Felony)
- Zackery Rogers; Aiding in Manufacturing of Meth (A Felony); Dealing (A Felony)
- Albert Hardin; Aiding in Manufacturing of Meth (A Felony)
Newlon said the investigation is continuing and further charges and arrests are pending.