Two Paullina Men Face Felony Drug Charges After Investigation
Date posted - November 1, 2013
The O’Brien County Sheriff’s Office reports that their deputies executed arrest warrants on the two, suspected of distributing methamphetamine. These warrants were a result of a multi-month investigation by the O’Brien County Sheriff’s Office, the Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement and the Iowa Great Lakes Drug Task Force.
Officers arrested 32-year-old Joshua Stanley and 29-year-old David Igou, both of Paullina and charged them with one count each of Distribution of Methamphetamine. They also charged Stanley with one count of Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine. Both crimes are Class “C” Felonies.
Stanley and Igou were both booked into the O’Brien County Jail and were held on bond.
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