Warrick County man sentenced in meth case | Crime
A Warrick County man has pleaded guilty to meth making charges.
The Warrick County Prosecutor’s Office says Brandon Grubb, 33, was sentenced to 20 years at the Indiana Department of Correction with ten years at the Department of Correction and ten years to be served as a direct placement with the Warrick County Community Corrections Program.
The State filed charges against Grubb a year ago after detectives say they found a meth making operation above a proposed child care facility his girlfriend was planning to operate in Boonville.
The investigation was conducted by Detective Tim Pierce, Detective Matt Young, and Deputy Jarrett Busing of the Warrick County Sheriff’s Office as well as Officer Geoff North of the Boonville Police Department.