Police seize cocaine, heroin, spice and cash during arrest of Indianapolis parolee

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis Metropolitan police arrested a man on multiple charges this week after learning he was in violation of his parole.

Around 9 a.m. Thursday, officers with IMPD’s Northwest InPAct Unit received information from a Parole Board agent that 34-year-old Justin Taylor was violating the terms of his parole and was in possession of drugs.

Officers went to the 3000 block of Lincoln Road at the Pangaea Apartment complex to confirm the allegations. Detectives from Northwest District Narcotics were then called to assist. They obtained a search warrant for Taylor’s apartment, where they found 160 grams of cocaine, 180 grams of spice, 10 grams of heroin, 3 grams of marijuana and $4,630 in cash.

Taylor was arrested on preliminary charges of dealing narcotics, dealing marijuana, possession of narcotics, possession of marijuana and maintaining a common nuisance.

InPACT, which stands for Indianapolis Parole Accountability Team, is a joint partnership between IMPD and the Indiana Department of Correction.

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