Sac City man faces felony drug charges

SAC CITY — A Sac City man is facing multiple drug charges, three months after investigators executed a search warrant at the man’s home.

The man was identified as Daniel Crabb, 50, by the Sac City Police Department.

The charges stem from a search warrant executed by the Sac City Police Department on Nov. 9, according to a post on the Police Department’s official Facebook page.

On that date, at 10:38 p.m., investigators searched Crabb’s home at 407 Leonard St., and found Crabb, along with five others inside the home.

Officers found drug paraphernalia as well as a white powder during the search, the Sac City Police Department said.

The white powder was sent to the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation lab in Ankeny, where it was analyzed. The results were sent to the Sac City Police Department last Thursday, where it was indicated the powder was methamphetamine.

Crabb was charged with delivery of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, sponsoring a gathering for use of a controlled substance, and failure to affix a drug tax stamp, according to police.

Iowa Courts Online records indicate a hearing in the case has been set for Feb. 26. No bond amount was listed.

The Sac County Sheriff’s Department assisted in the execution of the search warrant.