Marshall County, Ind. This week a local jury put a stop to one of Marshall County's largest meth cooks. After over an hour of deliberations Wednesday evening, Travis Chizum was found guilty of making and possessing meth.
The investigation began after a Plymouth Officer smelled a powerful chemical, while traveling down the 1000 Block of North Plum Street early in January. With enough evidence in hand, search warrants were drafted.
On March 7, police arrested Adam Wagers of Grovertown, Dianna Watson of Syracuse, Kimberlie Frazier and Jordan Bunton both of Plymouth. Watson and Bunton both testified that Travis Chizum had left just minutes before police arrived.