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Two alleged meth dealers nabbed by cops after search warrant executed in Fort Dodge


This news story was published on May 22, 2020.
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FORT DODGE – Two alleged meth dealers were nabbed by cops after a search warrant was executed in Fort Dodge this week.

On Wednesday, May 20 officers with the Webster County Sheriff’s Office and Fort Dodge Police Department, along with members of the WCSO/FDPD Special Emergency Response Team, executed a search warrant at the residence of 1406 8th Ave S in Fort Dodge. This specific search warrant was executed in relation to a narcotics investigation involving the occupants of the residence being conducted by the Webster County Drug Task Force.

Upon the execution of this morning’s search warrant, Drug Task Force officers located and seized U.S. Currency, illegal narcotics, drug paraphernalia, and numerous other items related to the distribution of illegal narcotics. As a result of the investigation thus far, two individuals have been charged and taken into custody:

Percelis T. Gully, 21 years old of Fort Dodge, has been charged with the following:
*Conspiracy to Deliver a Schedule II Narcotic – C Felony
*Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine – C Felony
*Conspiracy to Deliver fifty kilograms or less of marijuana – D Felony
*Conspiracy to Deliver a Schedule IV Narcotic – Aggravated Misdemeanor

GULLY, PERCELIS TYRIQUE

Christina J. Monk, 23 years old of Fort Dodge, has been charged with the following:
*Conspiracy to Deliver a Schedule II Narcotic – C Felony
*Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine – C Felony
*Conspiracy to Deliver fifty kilograms or less of marijuana – D Felony
(Conspiracy to Deliver a Schedule IV Narcotic – Aggravated Misdemeanor

MONK, CHRISTINA JEAN MARIE

Gully and Monk both made their initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court and are currently being held on a $27,000 cash bond. Both are currently being held in the Webster County Jail.

Although arrests were made Wednesday morning, this is still an active investigation and anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Webster County Drug Task Force. The Webster County Drug Task Force is made up of officers from the Webster County Sheriff’s Office, Fort Dodge Police Department, and Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement (DNE).

The Webster County Drug Task Force was assisted on scene by the WCSO/FDPD SERT Team and the Fort Dodge Fire Department, and throughout the investigation by the Webster County Attorney’s Office.

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