Kewanna man arrested on meth charges, possession of firearm by a felon, resisting law enforcement

Calling the Fulton County Sheriff's Department about a probation concern shortly after 8pm Monday evening, Pulaski County Probation Officer Sandy Lucas got the assistance of Pulaski County Deputies Alec R Berger and Aaron Zimmerman to help conduct a search of a Fulton County residence at 2094 S St Rd 17, near Kewanna. 

As officers arrived on scene, Drew Allen, 34, of Kewanna, attempted to evade police on foot before being apprehended by Pulaski County Deputies and Kewanna Officer Galliard. A search warrant was then obtained by Fulton County Sheriff Deputies Mitch Scott and Ryan Utter. Officers reported finding a substantial amount of narcotics, methamphetamine, and evidence related to distribution of narcotics inside the residence.


Allen was arrested and booked at the Fulton County Jail on charges of resisting law enforcement, dealing/possession of methamphetamine, and possession of a firearm by a felon. This is considered an ongoing investigation, and all suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in the court of law. Also assisting in the now ongoing investigation was the Kewanna Police Department, Fulton County Sheriff's Department, and the Indiana State Police.