Methamphetamine Trafficking in Davenport, 3 Arrested
October 2, 2018 | Brainwave Science
According to the reports from several mass media resources, on Saturday, Davenport police arrested 3 people who were connected with methamphetamine trafficking.
Neil Christian Williams, 40, Karisa Lyn Adams, 36, and Steven Eric Parlow, 35, all of 604 W. 63rd St., Apt. 2, each is charged with one count of possession with the intent to deliver more than 5 grams of methamphetamine. The charge is a Class B felony under Iowa law that carries a prison sentence of up to 25 years.
According to the arrest affidavits filed by Davenport Police Officer Will Martin, Parlow and Adams obtained the backpacks in a trade with a person who uses methamphetamine. They then tried to sell the backpacks using Facebook marketplace. The charge is a serious misdemeanour that carries a sentence of up to one year in the county jail. During a search of their apartment, officers located three plastic bags containing methamphetamine in the kitchen. Of these, one of the bags contained about a gram of meth, while another weighed in at 10 grams and one bag contained 9.4 grams, for a total of 19.5 grams.
Police also seized dozens of plastic bags used for packaging the drugs, as well as pipes and needles with methamphetamine residue.
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Main Source: Quad-City Times
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