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Britt police charge man with felony drug crimes

BRITT – Police in Britt have arrested and charged a man with felony drug crimes, according to Chief of Police Mark Anderson.

Following a three month investigation, with coordination from the Algona Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, a suspect was arrested by Britt police on narcotics related offenses.  A search warrant was conducted September of this year, at his residence in the 300 Block of 2nd Ave SE in Britt, with the help of the Kanawha Police Department, where narcotics were recovered.

Arrest warrants were issued and 38-year-old Robert Yarbrough was charged with felony B possession of meth with intent to deliver, felony D possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and two counts of felony D drug tax stamp violations.

Yarbrough is currently being held at the Winnebago County Jail.


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Geez how stupid can you get!!!
Police: who sold you the drugs ? Mmm some black guy lives in Britt, Iowa.
HARD TO FIND …. hahahahaha stupid criminals….

It took the cops 3 months to find him.

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