A man in O'Brien County has been arrested and now faces a felony drug charge, according to officials at the local sheriff's office. Officers in Samborn arrested the Iowa man following the execution of a search warrant. He is being held against $25,000 bond until his court date, where he will respond to his drug charge while being represented by a defense attorney.
A man from Argyle has been arrested and faces serious charges, according to the Lee County Narcotics Task Force. The 31-year-old Iowa man was arrested on Nov. 4 and now faces multiple charges, including at least one weapon and drug charge. If he is found guilty of these charges, he could face up to 80 years in prison. He is likely focused on preparing his criminal defense at this time.
Police in Fort Madison have arrested a woman for suspected drug-related activity, according to a recent report. The 55-year-old Iowa woman was arrested on a drug charge after an investigation that suggested she was involved in trafficking. The local sheriff's office as well as the Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement were involved in the arrest, but so far, no court date for the accused woman has been announced.