Two face charge of manufacturing meth
A mother and her son, both of Fort Dodge, who are facing charges of manufacturing more than 5 grams of methamphetamine, made an initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court Saturday morning.
According to the complaint, Douglas Alan Dillingham, 22, and Debra Kaye Dillingham, 47, both of 3108 10th Ave. S., were charged after items were discovered in the home on June 28 that indicate that manufacturing occurred there, which included pseudoephedrine blister packs, stripped lithium batteries and containers with residue.
In addition, Debra Kaye Dillingham also faces a charge of neglect of a dependent person, a class C felony.
According to the complaint , the charge stems from a failure to protect another son, a developmentally disabled adult under her care, from the manufacture of methamphetamine along with cat and dog urine and feces in the home.
Magistrate Bill Thatcher continued the $100,000 bond for each individual. Debra Kaye Dillingham has an additional bond of $10,000 for the neglect charge.
Manufacturing methamphetamine is a Class B felony. Neglect of a dependent person is a Class C felony.
Operating while intoxicated, first offense - Ricardo Villarreal, 29, Goodell preliminary hearing set for Oct. 26.
Violation of a one-way- Ricardo Villarreal, 29, Goodell continued 180 days.
Operating while intoxicated, second offense - Timothy Yates, 54, 3569 10th Ave. N. preliminary hearing set for Oct. 26.
Failure to control vehicle - Timothy Yates, 54, 3569 10th Ave. N. continued 180 days.
Public intoxication - Martin Perez, 24, Webster City, $195.
Fifth-degree theft- Aaron Cooke, 20, 222 Ave. M, $320.