WARSAW, Ind.--- The Warsaw Police Department arrested a man on Wednesday accused of manufacturing, delivering and dealing methamphetamine.
According to Stacey Page Online, Jaime Alvarado, 39, of San Diego, Calif., and formerly of Milford, Ind., was arrested after a traffic stop at approximately 10 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Alvarado is being charged with four Class A felonies and multiple charges of conspiracy to commit a felony, as well as possession of a narcotic drug.
The traffic stop took place after a lengthy investigation where another man, Dana Likens, 26, of Auburn, Ind., was also arrested.
During the investigation a controlled buy was made at a residence in Syracuse.
Police found Likens inside the residence with bags of heroin and meth. Likens then told police that he was purchasing drugs from Alvarado through the mail.
A mail purchase was executed by police, and information was received that Alvarado was back in Indiana.
During the stop a search was conducted and police found digital scales, a glass smoking pipe, white burnt residue and marijuana paraphernalia.
During a jail search more heroin and meth were found in a hidden mesh pocket attached to Alvarado's underwear.
Alvarado was also found to be wanted out of Elkhart County on a misdemeanor warrant.
Alvarado is currently being held at the Kosciusko County Jail on a $250,000 bond for the drug charges, and no bond for the warrant.
Likens is being charged with a Class A felony, and is being held on a $100,000 bond.
The street value of the meth and heroin discovered is estimated at $15,000