Warsaw Police Charge Two with Dealing Narcotics

Slone MeganHale CodyWork with a confidential informant led Warsaw Police Department to the arrest of two Warsaw residents for dealing narcotics.
Megan Slone, 26, and Cody Hale, 27, both of 425 Wexford Place, Warsaw, were arrested Wednesday night.
According to the probable cause affidavit provided by the Kosciusko County Prosecutor’s Office, the informant met with Slone after being prepped by police on May 13. The informant met Slone and Hale at a mobile home park in Kosciusko and then followed them to a laundromat. The informant paid $100 for four Dilaudid pills.
Then on May 27, the informant arranged to buy 20 Percocets from the two at a local supermarket. After paying $140 for the Percocets, officers learned that the pills were not Percocets. When the informant called Slone regarding this, she advised that she just learned that herself and was attempting to contact the dealer.
Both Slone and Hale were booked into Kosciusko County Jail on $10,250 bonds.

(Story By The Times Union)