Operation Pullover in Bartholomew County leads to the arrest of a Greensburg woman

On August 24, 2021, approximately 6:28 p.m., Bartholomew County Deputy Sheriff Dylan Prather conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with an expired license tag. During the stop, a passenger, after giving deputies false information, was determined to be Nicole Schlapp, 42, Greensburg. Schlapp was found to have multiple out-of-county warrants, drug-related paraphernalia and a .9 mm handgun.

Schlapp was taken to the Bartholomew Jail on several preliminary chargesinvolving allegations of:

False informing

3 Out-of-county warrants

Possession of methamphetamine

Possession of marijuana

Possession of paraphernalia

Possession of weapon

She remains in BCJ without bond.

All persons are considered innocent unless/until proven guilty in a court of law

Primary Deputy: Deputy Dylan Prather

Assisting Deputies: Deputy Leah Burton, Deputy Frank Munoz, Deputy Dayan Smith

“It is not uncommon for traffic stops to lead to more serious drug-related arrests with firearms involved”, said Bartholomew County Sheriff Matthew A. Myers. “Firearms in the wrong hands (criminals) can equal disaster”, added Sheriff Myers.

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