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Arrest Made In Dubuque Meth Lab Investigation

DUBUQUE -- On Friday July 12th, 2013 at 11:23AM the Dubuque Drug Task Force, Iowa Department of Narcotics Enforcement, Dubuque Police Department and Dubuque Fire Department executed a search warrant at 518 #2 East 22nd Street, Dubuque.  During the execution of the search warrant investigators located items used during the manufacture of methamphetamine via the red phosphorous and one-pot methods.  The resident identified as Jonnie R. Connolly (11/05/93) was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine pre-cursors with intent to manufacture and allowing a drug house.

Also located in the residence were Randy A. Hentgen (12/15/81) and Joshua L. Tiesman (06/01/79).  Both Hentgen and Tiesman were charged with Possession of Methamphetamine pre-cursors with intent to manufacture.

Possession of pre-cursors with intent to manufacture and allowing a drug house are both class “D” felonies punishable by up to 5 years in prison with a fine of at least $750.00 but not more than $7500.00.

Connolly, Hentgen and Tiesman were all arrested and transported to the Dubuque County Jail where they will await a court appearance.

Additional charges are pending further investigation.

 
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