Hartley Man Allegedly Had Drugs When Arrested On Warrants

Date posted - January 26, 2016

lightbar with hand cuffsHartley, Iowa — A Hartley man faces potential charges in O’Brien County after being arrested by a Clay County Deputy Sheriff recently.

According to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, a Clay County Deputy made contact with 30-year old Jeremy Dean Bobzien of Hartley because he had prior knowledge that there were active arrest warrants for Bobzien. ¬†Deputies say the warrants, for Interference With Official Acts and Trespassing, were confirmed and Bobzien placed under arrest. ¬†According to authorities, upon searching Bobzien, deputies recovered a hypodermic syringe and a cellophane wrapper containing eight white pills, which were reportedly identified as Hydrocodone.

Bobzien was transported to the Clay County Jail in Spencer. ¬†Deputies say that, since the initial contact with Bobzien was made on the Clay-O’Brien County Line, slightly inside O’Brien County, the syringe and pills wee turned over to the O’Brien County Sheriff’s Office, where charges are pending.

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