Troutwine faces drug charges
Daniel Lee Troutwine, 37, of 208 Fourth Ave., N.W., in Dayton was charged with conspiracy to manufacture a controlled substance, methamphetamine, in an initial appearance Saturday morning in Webster County Magistrate Court.
Magistrate William Habhab set bail at $50,000 and scheduled a preliminary hearing and bond review for Feb. 15.
According to the criminal complaint, the charges stem from a Sept. 25, 2012, incident at his home. The house at the address listed for Troutwine in Dayton was destroyed in a fire on Jan. 11. He was living in it at the time of the blaze.
Conspiracy to manufacture a controlled substance is a Class C felony. It's punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment and/or a $50,000 fine.
Possesion of a controlled substance, marijuana - Savannah Ann Sauceda, 18, 41 Fifth St., N.W., transferred to District Court.
Possesion of alcohol while underage - Savannah Ann Sauceda, 18, 41 Fifth St., N.W., continued 180 days.
Violation of no contact order - Alexandrea Monique Hand, 31, 1627 Second Ave. S. trial scheduled for Feb. 27.
Violation of no contact order - Shawn Lee Gully, 37, 1627 Second Ave. S. preliminary hearing scheduled for Feb. 27.
Operating while intoxicated, first offense - Theresa Jean Benedict, 32, 1320 Eighth Ave. S. transferred to District Court.
Violation of probation - Joseph David Bailey, 22, 615 S 15th St. transferred to District Court.