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DRUG CHARGE: Indy woman pleads guilty

September 25, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Sue Kel-lems, 21, pleaded guilty Monday to charges relating to August’s drug sting in Churubusco. She is ordered to appear for sentencing Oct. 22.
Kellems was arrested Aug. 23, along with Damond McCauley, 18, Brian Tracy, 37 and Trent Wilson, 23.
According to a Whitley County Drug Task Force case report, an officer was tipped off to a drug buy of several types of prescription drugs.
According to the report, the four Indianapolis residents met the buyer at a location in Churubusco, and they were paid $850.
According to the report, Wilson also offered the would-be buyer the services of a prostitute by showing him a photo on his phone.
Kellems was reported to have counted out pills as she handed them to the buyer in an unmarked amber pill vial.
The Whitley County Drug Task Force reported taking drugs from the buyer, which were identified as Oxycodone Hydrochloride, Oxy-codone and Oxycontin, all of which are controlled substances.
According to the report, after the deal was made the suspects were apprehended at U.S. 33 and CR 375 N and were arrested and transported to the Whitley County Jail.
In the report, Kellems admitted the .45 Cal pistol found under the driver’s seat was hers.

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