When police met Warn at the door, they saw she was bleeding from a cut on her arm and the sliding glass door was shattered. Warn told police that Taylor had pushed her into the door.All four parties were arrested and charged with suspicion of drug manufacturing and possession of drug paraphernalia. There's no mention of a charge for Warn for allegedly breaking into the apartment.
When police came inside to search for other injured people, they found eight marijuana plants in an open closet and drug paraphernalia in the apartment, Haden said.
While police sought a search warrant, Taylor and two other occupants, Michael T. Heckman, 21, and Bradley A. Sears, 20, were detained. Warn was taken to the hospital, Haden said.
After obtaining the warrant, police confiscated the plants, some growing equipment and drug paraphernalia.
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