ISP: Two former Starke County detectives indicted by grand jury

STARKE COUNTY, Indiana (WANE) — After what officials are calling a “lengthy investigation,” two former detectives with the Starke County Sheriff’s Department have been charged with misconduct and theft, according to the Indiana State Police.

The investigation included missing evidence from the sheriff’s department, Indiana State Police said, containing at least one drug and drugs and paraphernalia.

At the conclusion of the inquest, the grand jury returned the charges against 50-year-old Adam Gray and 54-year-old Don Ferguson.

Gray, of Knox, is charged with four Level 6 felony counts of official misconduct, two counts of theft, one count of dealing in paraphernalia and one of dealing in marijuana.

Ferguson, of South Bend, is charged with three level 6 felonies of official misconduct, one level 6 felony of stealing a firearm, one felony of stealing and one felony of false information.

Both Gray and Ferguson surrendered to the Starke County Jail, police said. ISP: Two former Starke County detectives indicted by grand jury

Tom Vazquez

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