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APNET Combats Illegal Drug Activity

APNET—the Auburn Police Narcotics Enforcement Team—identifies, investigates and arrests individuals found using, possessing, manufacturing, selling or distributing illegal drugs in DeKalb County. Our investigators and resources are 100 percent dedicated to eradicating illegal drug activity.

While our APNET members remain largely undercover due to the sensitive nature of their work, they are all residents of the area who care about protecting and safeguarding our communities against those who threaten to destroy them.

APNET is funded through grants and the generous donations of residents and businesses in our community. All donations are tax-deductible and directly support the work of APNET task members.

Questions?


To contact APNET, or to make a donation, call or email us.

APNET
c/o the Auburn Police Department
P.O. Box 506
Auburn, IN 46706
Phone: 260-920-3200 ext. 1990

Got a tip?


Many of our leads—and resulting arrests—start from tips from concerned citizens. Any and all information puts us one step closer to identifying individuals involved in illegal drug activity. To report any suspected drug activity, call 260-920-3200 ext. 1990, or complete the brief online form below. If you wish, you can remain anonymous and your name will not be used in any police reports. However, even if you wish to remain anonymous in police reporting, consider providing your name and number in case the investigating detective needs additional information or clarification.

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