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Children Removed from Warsaw Home After Meth Bust

WARSAW, Ind. (WOWO): Two children were taken from a home, and at least two adults face charges after a meth bust in Warsaw. Police were called to Owen’s Supermarket on East Center Street Friday, January 10th, after the pharmacy reported a man in the store who was wanted. Officers got to the scene and met 31-year-old Jack Daniels, of Warsaw. Daniels was wanted on a warrant for not showing up for his court ordered sentence in September. He was taken into custody. An investigation found that Daniels had tried, but failed to buy Sudafed. He admitted trying to purchase the Sudafed to use to make meth. A woman with Daniels was also taken and found to have meth precursors and drug paraphernalia on her and in a vehicle. 29-year-old Kristi Cain, of Warsaw, was taken to the Kosciusko County Jail and booked on felony charges of Possession of Chemical Reagents/Precursors with intent to Manufacture Methamphetamine, and Possession of Meth Paraphernalia. Officers went to Daniels' home and found several one-pot meth labs, meth precursors, and meth paraphernalia. A woman was found there but wasn't arrested. Two children were also found and taken from the home by Child Services. Daniels was also charged with Attempt to Commit a Felony for the attempted purchase of meth-making precursors. Police say more drug charges are probable for Daniels and others.

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