MASON CITY – A convicted Mason City meth dealer was sought and arrested by police this week on an arrest warrant.
Sindeny Anthony White, age 22, was sought by police this week on a warrant connected to his conviction for dealing methamphetamine. He pleaded guilty in that felony case last October, after he was charged by Mason City police. A second warrant was also issued at the same time, in connection to his conviction for domestic abuse and drug possession, again stemming from an October 2015 arrest by MCPD.
Police caught up with White Wednesday morning at the Beje Clark Halfway house, where he has been an inmate for some time.
White is being held in the county jail at this time, awaiting court dates in May for revocation of his probation for his crimes. He was found guilty in January of violating his probation in the meth case and was given a 30 day jail term.
White could face prison time if his probation is revoked.