Members of the Scott County Sheriff’s Department Special Operations Team arrested four Davenport residents on Thursday for investigations into drug trafficking, including marijuana, ecstasy, methamphetamine and psychedelics.
Stephen Charles Fuman, 42, and Irene Marie Fuhrman, 26, were charged with each item of property intended to deliver LSD and property intended to deliver MDMA or ecstasy. According to Iowa law, each charge is a Class B felony, punishable by 25 years in prison.
Each Fuhlman couple was also charged with one count of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver marijuana, and three counts of violating Iowa's "Drug Tax Stamp Act." Each of these charges is a Class D felony, punishable by 5 years in prison.
Steve Fuhlman (Steve Fuhlman) was also charged with imprisonment in the drug house, which is a class D felony and punishable by 5 years in prison.
40-year-old Jeffrey Blake Palmer (Jeffrey Blake Palmer) was charged with a possession of intent to transport less than 5 grams of methamphetamine. The charge is a Class C felony, punishable by 10 years in prison.
Palmer was also charged with intent to deliver marijuana and violated Iowa's "Drug Tax Stamp Act." Everyone is a Class D felony and can be sentenced to 5 years in prison.
Sarah Lindsay McClendon, 32, was charged with one count of possession of intent to deliver marijuana and violation of Iowa’s "Drug Tax Stamp Act", both of which are Class D felony , Each was sentenced to 5 years in prison.
According to the arrest testimony of the Scott County Sheriff. Special operations forces agent Daniel Furlong conducted a search at the residences of Steven Fuhlman and Erin Fuhlman at 6611 North Avenue in Davenport . Searching is part of a drug investigation.
During the search, the agents seized 113 LSD blotting paper cubes. 29 grams of ecstasy; 963 grams, or 2.12 pounds of cannabis; 7,890 grams, or 17.39 pounds; types of cannabis foods and gummies; 105 boxes of cannabis vape pens; $5,035 in cash and digital scales.
There are campers Palmer and McClendon on the property. Agents seized 4 grams of methamphetamine, 214 grams of marijuana and 20 grams of tetrahydrocannabinol wax from the camper. The agent also confiscated the electronic scales and packaging materials.
The agents also seized evidence from the Butane Honey Oil Laboratory, which included 71 cans of butane, 12 of which were empty. Coffee grinder; coffee filter; and mason jar. Such laboratories are used to make hemp wax.
After being arrested on Thursday, all four people were booked into the Scott County Jail.
Steven Fuhlman (Steven Fuhlman) was detained on Saturday night with a total of US$77,000 in cash, guarantee or bond. A preliminary hearing on his case is scheduled to be held in Scott County District Court on Friday.
Erin Fuhlman was released in her capacity under the supervision of the Iowa Department of Corrections. She will be charged in Scott County District Court on March 11.
Palmer was released in his own name under the supervision of the Iowa Department of Corrections. He will be charged in Scott County District Court on March 11.
McClendon was released after issuing 10% of 10,000 bonds. She will be charged in Scott County District Court on March 4.
McLendon is still awaiting trial in two other cases.
She was charged with two counts of endangering children in December 2019. Each charge is a serious misdemeanor, punishable by two years in prison. In that case, the Davenport police accused McLendon of letting her children go home alone.
According to the arrest affidavit submitted by Davenport Police Officer John Howell at 2:32 pm on December 26, 2019, the police were sent to 735 Sylvan Court to investigate three 14-, 8-, and 3-year-old children walking west. Locust Street. The children were picked up by neighbors and taken to the address of Sylvain Court.
The three children belonging to McLeddon were left alone at around 5 pm on December 23. McLeddon did not tell the children where she was going or when she would return, and they did not have any emergency contact information or communication methods. .
McClendon’s trial in this case is scheduled to go to Scott County District Court on August 9.
In February last year, she was arrested on suspicion of using a fraudulent $100 bill to purchase goods at the Perfect Value liquor store in Parkview. According to the affidavit of arrest submitted by Jason Shippee, the agent of the Scott County Sheriff, after purchasing these items, McClendon took back some items and told the clerk that she could be cheaper at Walmart some. The charge is a Class D felony, punishable by five years in prison.
McClendon's trial in the case is scheduled to go to Scott County District Court on July 12.
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