Traffic Stop Leads To Felony Warrant Arrest

O’Brien County, Iowa — A routine traffic stop conducted by an O’Brien County Deputy Thursday afternoon resulted in the arrest of a Hartley man on a felony narcotics trafficking warrant.

According to authorities an O’Brien County Deputy initiated a traffic stop on 44-year-old Daniel Ryan Trevino, of Hartley on Highway 59. During the course of the traffic stop, the deputy learned that there was an active felony warrant for Trevino’s arrest.

According to court records the warrant, which stems from a January incident in which Trevino is accused of selling 14.6 grams of methamphetamine to a confidential source. Court records indicate the charge was filed on July 30th of this year, and the arrest warrant for Delivery of Methamphetamine, which is a Class B Felony, was issued on July 30th.

In addition to the original narcotics charge, deputies say Trevino is also charged with carrying a knife with a blade over 8-inches in length, which is an Aggravated Misdemeanor and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Simple Misdemeanor.

Trevino was booked into the O’Brien County Jail, and had his initial court appearance Friday morning.


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