Two charged with drug conspiracy after raid
Two Fort Dodge residents have been charged with conspiracy to deliver multiple drugs after a search warrant was executed by the Webster County Drug Task Force Wednesday morning.
Officers and members of the Special Emergency Response Team raiding 1406 Eighth Ave. S. Wednesday morning found unspecified amounts of cash, illegal narcotics, drug paraphernalia and numerous items related to narcotic distribution.
Drugs seized included meth, marijuana, promethazine syrup (a sedative), oxycodone pills and ecstasy.
Percelis T. Gully, 21, and Christina J. Monk, 23, are charged with the following:
-Conspiracy to deliver a Schedule II narcotic, a class C felony
-Conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, a class C felony
-Conspiracy to deliver fifty kilograms (110 pounds) or less of marijuana, a class D felony
-Conspiracy to deliver a Schedule IV narcotic, an aggravated misdemeanor
Both are held in Webster County Jail on a $27,000 cash-only bond.
The Webster County Drug Task Force is comprised of offices from the Webster County Sheriff’s Office, Fort Dodge Police Department and Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement. Agencies were assisted on the scene by the Fort Dodge Fire Department and Special Emergency Response Team.
As the investigation continues, law enforcement officials urge anyone with information to submit tips via phone at 515-573-1424. Tips can be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers by testing “LEC” followed by the tip to 274637, or by calling 515-573-1444.