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Charles City man stopped by deputy, who finds meth pipe and hundreds in cash

CHARLES CITY – A Charles City man is behind bars after a Floyd county deputy conducted a traffic stop and found a meth pipe, cash, baggies and a scale.

On Tuesday September 13, 2016 at 12:25 pm 33-year-old Jeremy John Round of Charles City was stopped by a Floyd County Deputy Sheriff at the intersection of 11th Street and Corporate drive in Charles City. He was stopped due to having a suspended license. When placed under arrest, he was found to have a meth pipe and over $700.00 in cash on his person. His vehicle was towed and an inventory of the contents in the vehicle was conducted and while in the act of the inventory a bag of meth, small zip lock baggies and a scale was discovered. Also a locked box was found under the driver’s side seat.

Due to these items being found, the inventory was stopped and a search warrant was requested and approved. The locked box and the truck was searched. More baggies and another digital scale was seized. The meth in the bag was field tested with a positive test and Round was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine with intent to deliver a class “B” felony, driving while suspended a simple misdemeanor and possession of drug paraphernalia a simple misdemeanor.

Round went in front of Floyd County Magistrate Judge today and was held on a $25,600.00 bond.

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