FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Indiana State Police troopers assisted the Noble County Sheriff’s Department in serving a search warrant in Fort Wayne Monday night.
According to police on scene, the warrant was served at around 9:30 p.m. at a home in the 200 block of E. Masterson Ave.
No arrests were made at the home, but two cars were towed from the street in front of the house.
At a Tuesday news conference, Noble County Sheriff Doug Harp said Suzanne Michele Moore, who was found dead on Sunday, lived in the house and one of the cars that had been towed belonged to her.
Tracey Lamont Martin was arrested on charges of possession of a firearm as a violent felon and marijuana.
Sheriff Harp said SWAT was called in to assist with the search warrant because of Martin’s violent past. He is currently on probation for a cocaine conviction. He also has previous convictions for robbery, drug offenses and carjacking. Harp said Martin was not considered a suspect in Moore’s death. The other car taken during as the result of the warrant belonged to him.