On January 12, an ongoing drug investigation resulted in the arrests of two (2) suspected drug dealers in a residential neighborhood and removing over 400 fentanyl pills from the streets.
The investigation into the suspected drug location, located in the City of Scottsburg, culminated in the execution of a search warrant by Scott and Jennings County Sheriff’s Deputies.
During the search, deputies and assisting officers seized more than 400 “blue-colored pills” allegedly containing fentanyl, over $8,000 in cash, and drug paraphernalia.
One of the defendants attempted to destroy evidence before deputies were able to enter by attempting to flush pills down the toilet.
The seized pills (suspected as Fentanyl in pill form) are commonly referred to as the “Blue Pill of Death.”
Furthermore, Fentanyl has been linked nationwide to overdose deaths, to which Scott and surrounding counties have not been immune.
“Fentanyl is a known killer…no ifs, ands, or buts about it,” said Sheriff Jerry Goodin. “We are at war folks with drug dealers, and we will remain at war until all drug dealers are completely eradicated from Scott County. This bust will undoubtedly save lives.”
Kalan Bowling, 30, of Salem, Indiana was arrested for Dealing in Cocaine or a Narcotic Drug – at least 1 gram but less than 10 grams (3 counts), Maintaining a Common Nuisance, Resisting Law Enforcement, and Operating a Motor Vehicle while a Habitual Traffic Violator.

Kaylin Coulston, 32, of Scottsburg, Indiana was arrested for Dealing in a Schedule I, II, III Controlled Substance – at least twenty-eight (28) grams, Maintaining a Common Nuisance, Obstruction of Justice, and Child Abuse / Neglect.

Other agencies assisting with this investigation were the Scottsburg City Police and the Scott County Prosecutors Office.