EPD: Two people arrested on drug charges after early morning pursuit


Evansville Police arrested 51 year old TERRY VOLZ on numerous charges after he fled from officers who tried to pull him over.

According to the release, the incident began at 2:50 Tuesday morning when an officer saw a car in Oak Hill Cemetery. The car was about to pull out of the cemetery when the officer did a U-turn to investigate the situation. As the officer turned around, VOLZ accelerated away at a high speed. The officer pursued VOLZ south on Willow to Division. As other officers arrived to assist, VOLZ stopped.

VOLZ was taken into custody without further incident. During the arrest, officers found meth, a syringe, and other paraphernalia. VOLZ also had an active felony warrant out of Indianapolis for possession of meth.
The passenger in the car, 48 year old DEBRA MONYHAN, was also in possession of meth and and drug paraphernalia.

VOLZ was arrested for:
Possession of Meth
Possession of a syringe
Possession of Paraphernalia
Resisting Law Enforcement
Disregarding a Stop Sign

MONYHAN was arrested for:
Possession of Meth
Possession of Paraphernalia

042616 EPD Meth Arrests

(Photo: Evansville Police Dept.)

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