Two Seymour residents arrested in separate meth-dealing incidents


A 51-year-old Seymour man faces three Level 5 felony charges of dealing methamphetamine after an investigation by Seymour police.

Ronald D. Harmon was arrested Tuesday as the result of a long-term investigation, Detective Adam Surface said.

Surface said the investigation included multiple controlled purchases from Harmon at different places throughout the city. Police declined to say how much methamphetamine was purchased throughout the investigation.

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Surface said the investigation into Harmon’s arrest is not over, and more people could face charges.

“The investigation is ongoing, and more arrests are expected,” he said.

Upon conviction, a Level 5 felony carries a sentence between one and six years with an advisory sentence of three years.

Harmon was booked into the Jackson County Jail in Brownstown at 11:34 p.m. Tuesday and is being held without bond. His initial hearing has not been scheduled.

In an unrelated case, police recently arrested Candace K. Gluck, 55, of Seymour on a Level 2 felony for dealing more than 10 grams of methamphetamine.

She was arrested by Indiana State Police on a warrant signed Dec. 26 by Jackson Circuit Court Judge Richard W. Poynter.

Gluck also faces a Level 4 felony for possessing between 10 and 28 grams of methamphetamine and a Level 6 felony for possession of a syringe, according to court records.

A Level 2 felony carries a sentence between 10 and 30 years with an advisory sentence of 17½ years following a conviction.

Gluck was booked into the Jackson County Jail at 3:35 a.m. Wednesday. Her initial court appearance has not been scheduled.

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