A Salisbury man was indicted Monday on two counts of distributing a controlled substance near a school.  According to court documents, Terry Crewse, 27, was arrested in April after officers with the North Missouri Drug Task Force, Chariton County Sheriff’s Department, Salisbury Police Department, Randolph County Sheriff’s Department and the Moberly Police Department executed arrest warrants in Chariton and Randolph Counties.

Joseph Black, 51, of Keytesville, Joseph Guinn, 17, and Dakota Walbrink, 18, both of Salisbury, were also arrested in the case. Charges included sale of a controlled substance, distribution of a controlled substance near a school and distribution of a controlled substance near government assisted housing. Authorities say additional arrests are pending.

Crewse is being held in the Chariton County Jail on a $40,000.  He is scheduled to appear in court in August.