Two From Le Mars, One From Orange City Face Drug Delivery Charges

Date posted - October 15, 2013

Sioux Sheriff Car 84-Alton, Iowa — Two people from Le Mars and one from Orange City face drug delivery charges after early Sunday arrests.

The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office reports that in the early hours of Sunday, their deputies arrested three people as a result of an ongoing drug investigation. The arrests were made in Alton. 

Authorities report that they arrested 27-year-old Sione Toki of Orange City, 20-year-old Randall Messelhiser and 21-year-old Kelsey Clark both of Le Mars following a traffic stop. 

Toki was charged with two counts of delivery of methamphetamine and two counts of conspiracy to deliver 
methamphetamine.  Messelhiser was charged with conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine and possession of 
methamphetamine.  Clark was charged with conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine and operating while 
intoxicated‐drugged. 
 
The sheriff’s office was assisted in the investigation by the Sioux County Drug Recognition Expert, Orange City 
Police Department and Le Mars Police Department. 
 
The case remains under investigation. 

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