CLOVERDALE -- Nine people were arrested as the result of a drug bust that happened Tuesday in Cloverdale.
William Morrison and Sonya Morrison both posted $7,500 surety bonds and were released from jail.
Joseph Taylor and Lance Morrison are both being held without bond.
None of the suspects has been formally charged. All are awaiting initial hearings.
O'Hair said when he and Putnam County Sheriff's Department Lt. Dwight Simmons went to that address, they discovered the parents of Gina Ballenger, 22, calling an ambulance for their daughter.
Ballenger was transported to the Putnam County Hospital, where it was confirmed she had overdosed on heroin.
As of 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ballenger was no longer listed as a patient at the hospital.
After O'Hair and Simmons assisted Ballenger's parents with getting their daughter to the hospital, the officers returned to Ballenger's home, where her parents allowed them to search their daughter's room.
Ballenger's parents then told O'Hair and Simmons that someone had delivered heroin to their daughter earlier on Monday evening. They provided the officers with a description of the vehicle they believed that person was driving.
"I took Lance into custody and Robertson took off," O'Hair said. "A foot pursuit followed between Robertson and Lt. Simmons."
After finding drug-related materials in Robertson's apartment, the officers got search warrants for the rest of the Midway apartments and the surrounding properties.
O'Hair said it appeared the drug operation had been up and running for some time.
William and Sonya Morrison are the owners of the Midway.
Representatives from the Putnam County Board of Health and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management arrived at the property shortly after the bust.
Ballenger was on home detention through Putnam County Community Corrections for a 2008 Class A misdemeanor conversion conviction. Putnam County Prosecutor Tim Bookwalter said a warrant for her arrest for violation of home detention would be forthcoming.
A charge of Class B misdemeanor battery against Ballenger is pending in Putnam County Superior Court. A trial is scheduled for September.
Ballenger's criminal history in Putnam County also includes convictions for battery, possession of paraphernalia and operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person. She has also been convicted for several probation violations.