Millersburg man arrested for dealing amphetamine pills

A Millersburg man has been arrested for dealing a controlled substance, a level 5 felony.

Commodore Gibson, Jr. was booked into the Kosciusko County Jail at noon on Monday, October 10. His bond was set at $10,250.

According to the affidavit of probably cause filed by the Kosciusko County Prosecutor’s Office, on September 20, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department officers met with a confidential informant who advised he/she had arranged to purchase four prescription amphetamine pills in exchange for $20 at a local Dollar General Store.

Officers searched the informant’s vehicle for any drugs or contraband with none being found and the informant was provided with an audio recorder to monitor all conversations that he/she may have.

Officers followed the informant to the Dollar General Store and observed the informant park next to a blue Ford Mustang. Officers saw an individual identified as Commodore Gibson, Jr. and a female exit the Mustang and go to the passenger side of the informant’s vehicle. The informant and Gibson had a brief conversation and the informant then left the parking lot.

The informant then met with officers and provided a clear cellophane bag that contained four orange pills. The informant also told police Gibson had told him/her that he was getting another prescription filled in the next week and would have more pills for sale. The informant told police he/she gave Gibson $20 in exchange for the four amphetamine pills.

Police identified the orange pills as amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, a schedule II controlled substance and weighed more than 1.4 grams.