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Frankfort Police Serve Search Warrant, Arrest Two After Investigation

Frankfort, IN.—October 9, 2020—The Frankfort Police Department Narcotics, Patrol, and Criminal Investigations Divisions served a search warrant in the 1300 block of Burlington Avenue on October 8, 2020.  The warrant was obtained after an investigation revealed the residents were allegedly dealing drugs.  Arrested were:

Ashley Saari (age 37) of 1355 Burlington Ave, Frankfort.  Saari was charged by the Clinton County Prosecutor with the following: 35-48-4-1.1(a)(1)/F2: Dealing in Methamphetamine/Between 5 & 10 grams with Enhancing and Prior, 35-48-4-1.1(a)(2)/F2: Dealing in Methamphetamine/Amount of 10 or more grams, 35-48-4-1.1(a)(1)/F3: Dealing in Methamphetamine/Delivery of Methamphetamine with between1 & 5 grams, 35-48-4-1.1(a)(1)/F3: Dealing in Methamphetamine/Amount is b/t 1 & 5 grams with enhancing circumstance, 35-48-4-6.1(a)/F3: Possession of Methamphetamine Possession of b/t 10 & 28 grams of methamphetamine,, 35-45-1-5(c)/F6: Maintaining a Common Nuisance – Controlled Substances, 9-24-19-2/MA: Driving While Suspended: Knowing Violation and Prior Conviction w/in 10 Years.

Rodolfo Salinas (age 49) of 4582 W Jackson St, Rural Frankfort. Salinas was charged by the Clinton County Prosecutor with 35-45-1-5(c)/F6: Maintaining a Common Nuisance – Controlled Substances.

“On June 23, 2020, patrol officers arrested Saari for drug possession,” said Chief Scott Shoemaker. “While out on bond, she was under investigation by our narcotics detectives for continuing to be a threat to our city by dealing these powerfully addictive substances.”

“We are grateful for the enhancements charged by our prosecutor’s office,” Shoemaker continued.  “This is a team effort and we will continue investigating and arresting those people who deal drugs in Frankfort.”

More charges are pending.

Formal charges were filed by the Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office.  All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Pursuant to Indiana Public Access Laws, I.C. § 5-14-3-5, certain factual information relating to the identity of a person arrested or jailed and the agency’s response to a complaint, accident or incident must be made available to the public.