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Drug charge filed against Iowa man

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.

Iowa woman faces drug charge

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.

Iowa man faces drug trafficking charges

A 44-year-old man could be facing serious jail time following his arrest by state authorities on alleged drug activity. The man is accused of drug trafficking after a series of investigations turned up what police believe to be a large operation in Cedar Rapids. There is no word at this time whether the man has secured criminal defense representation, but official charges were still pending at last report. 

Drug charge filed against Iowa man

A drug investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Charles City man, according to local sources. The Iowa man is now facing a drug charge after law enforcement authorities arrested him on Aug. 7. If he is found guilty in criminal court, he could face years in prison. 

Misdemeanor possession: Four Iowa residents facing drug charges

A second of five defendants has recently been sentenced for the part he played in local drug use. The 58-year-old Iowa resident was charged with misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine and for maintaining a premise for drug use. The other Howard County defendants -- two females and two males -- were arrested after cops searched the home suspected of being used as a place for using drugs. Police allegedly found meth and a number of prescription drugs on the premises during the search.

Elk Point man facing drug charge stemming from car crash

A 40-year-old man is in police custody for charges stemming from a car crash that also injured his passenger. The Iowa resident, who is now facing a drug charge, was apparently driving north on Interstate 29 around 6 a.m. when his vehicle left the road and crossed the median. The car then struck a rail in the southbound lane. The man's 26-year-old male passenger was taken to hospital by ambulance with serious injuries. 

Drug charge: 3 Iowa residents facing drug crime allegations

Three people were arrested after a recent drug bust. One man and two women are facing more than one Iowa drug charge after the bust. The Iowa residents each have bonds set at thousands of dollars, and they all remain in custody at the moment. Two are from Ridgeway, while the other is from Dubuque. 

Male faces drug charge in connection with pot peddling, growing

A 28-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly growing and selling marijuana on his property. The Iowa man is facing a felony drug charge after police say they found 14 pounds of cannabis and pot products during a search by warrant of his residence. Formal charges include the sale and manufacturing of drugs on public property -- in close proximity to a public park, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and drug tax stamp violation.

Iowa man busted again for drug manufacturing

A parolee was recently arrested again on a same charge -- for allegedly making meth. The 54-year-old man, an Iowa resident, is facing a Class B felony drug manufacturing charge of possession with the intent to deliver more than 5 grams of methamphetamine. He could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted. 

An Iowa drug charge is no small matter, regardless of amount

Despite current legal changes and uncertainties on both a state and federal level surrounding marijuana regulations and policies, drug charges are no small matter, regardless of any extenuating circumstances. Even for a drug charge involving a small amount of marijuana and no other substances, current laws mean that being convicted on misdemeanor possession charges can result in the creation of a criminal record where none may have existed previously. In a recent alleged incident in Iowa, the amount in question is not one most individuals would consider small, either.

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