Last Friday, Marcus Falkner was arrested at
A tip came into the WFFT newsroom about an incident that happened last Friday at
We looked deeper, and found a police report and court documents saying that meth paraphernalia was found inside the home of a
“It just seemed a little intense for a morning around here,” said Felicia Starks, Falkner’s neighbor.
Stark’s recounts the scene she witnessed last Friday as Fort Wayne narcotics detectives served a drug warrant at a home located on the 4300 block of South Park Ave. According to court documents, meth paraphernalia was found inside the home.
“There were police dogs barking around and it seemed like a lot of cars were in the neighborhood,” said Starks.
According to a police report, Marcus Falkner lives at the home and was arrested Friday at
“Everybody is human, so you never know what's going in someone’s life,” said Michelle Williams, a
“It would concern me more if he was selling to the kids but like I said you never know what’s going on in someone’s life,” said Williams.
Falkner was put in handcuffs and arrested as police searched his office at
“When you are in a position to be over young people you should try and be held to a higher standard,” said Williams.
Falkner was arrested for maintaining a common nuisance, a class D felony and possession of paraphernalia, a class A misdemeanor.