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Scott County Sheriff's Deputies Make Another Big Bust


Scott County Sheriff's Deputies Make Another Big Bust,  Traffic Stop Yields Large Amount of Methamphetamine and Heroin

NOTE: The Scott County Sheriff's Office is Committed to Arresting Drug Dealers...No ifs, ands, or buts!

Scott County-On 11-15-2022, Scott County Sheriff's Deputies made a traffic stop on State Road 56 near Lake Road in Scottsburg that resulted in a large amount of suspected Methamphetamine, (Approximately 45 Grams), and suspected Heroin, (Approximately 5 Grams), along with scales to weigh the product located resulting in the arrests of two (2) drug offenders.

George Boyle, 40, of Lexington, Indiana was arrested for Dealing in Methamphetamine over 10 grams, Possession of Methamphetamine over 28 grams, Possession of Cocaine or a Level I or II Controlled Substance at least 10 Grams / less than 28 Grams, Dealing in Cocaine or a Level I or II Controlled Substance at least 5 Grams / less than 10 Grams, and Maintaining a Common Nuisance.

Samantha Pastrick, 30, of Scott County (address not listed), Indiana was arrested for Illegal Possession of Paraphernalia, Unlawful Possession of a Syringe, and Maintaining a Common Nuisance.

Sheriff Goodin advised the following... "once again, Scott County Sheriff's Deputies are leading the way in the fight against drug dealers...we will not allow drug dealers to sale their poison in Scott County...not yesterday, not today, and not tomorrow or in the future. Get out of Scott County if you are a drug dealer...our citizens do not want you here!".

GEORGE BOYLE.jpg   SAMANTHA PASTRICK.jpg                                      

           George Boyle                          Samantha Pastrick

NOTE: Not only are Deputies arresting the offenders on the street, but our Deputy Jailers are also offering services and classes to our inmates. These services and classes provide a path for our inmates to get clean while simultaneously receiving much-needed job skills training, their high school equivalency diploma, substance abuse treatment, spiritual involvement with numerous church groups, and association with peer support groups such as Thrive. We would be remiss to think we can do this alone. Our desire is to partner with all citizens of Scott County...if you have information to provide that would assist the Scott County Sheriff's Office in making our community safer, please call 812-752-5550. You can remain anonymous.




Contact Sheriff Jerry Goodin at Scott County Sheriff's Office (812)752-8400.

All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.