Greenfield man accused of dealing meth

GREENFIELD — A Greenfield man faces drug-dealing charges amid allegations from police he sold methamphetamine out of his home, according to court documents.

Greg Unger, 50, was arrested this week and charged with five felony counts and one misdemeanor related to dealing and possession of methamphetamine and marijuana.

Unger’s arrest came after a joint investigation by the Greenfield Police Department and Hancock County Sheriff’s Department, police said. Undercover officers from both organizations investigated tips about illegal activity at the man’s home in the 1600 block of Bayberry Drive in Greenfield, police said.

Police used confidential informants to purchase meth from Unger on at least two occasions, court documents state.

Officers searched Unger’s home Monday morning while the man was away and found bags of crystal substances, which tested positive for meth, records state. They also found an array of drug paraphernalia, including a notebook that appeared to contain a ledger of drug sales, records state.

Unger was arrested Monday afternoon. He was charged Tuesday with two counts of dealing in methamphetamine as a Level 5 felony; two counts of possession of methamphetamine as a Level 6 felony; one count of corrupt business influence as a Level 5 felony; and one count of possession of marijuana as a Class B misdemeanor.

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Caitlin VanOverberghe is a reporter at the Greenfield Daily Reporter. She can be reached at 317-477-3237 or cvanoverberghe@greenfieldreporter.com.