A LeClaire man who was charged in January for allegedly promoting methamphetamine to an spy with the Quad-Metropolis Metropolitan Enforcement Group has been arrested once more on drug prices.
Zackery L. Vaugh, 35, was arrested Saturday night by the Scott County Sheriff’s Workplace on a warrant charging possession with intent to ship a counterfeit or simulated managed substance containing a detectable quantity of a substance purporting to be methamphetamine. The cost is a category B felony punishable by as much as 25 years in jail.
Vaugh was additionally charged with possession with intent to ship psilocybin mushrooms, a category C felony punishable by as much as 10 years in jail and a fantastic of between $1,370 and $13,660, and failure to affix a drug tax stamp, a category D felony punishable by as much as 5 years in jail and a fantastic of between $1,025 and $10,245.
He was being held within the Scott County Jail on a $40,000 cash-only bond.
In accordance with an arrest affidavit, the Scott County Sheriff’s Workplace and LeClaire Police Division executed a search warrant at Vaughn’s residence in LeClaire, the place they discovered vacuum-sealed drug packaging and 370 grams of a crystal-like substance resembling meth. Vaugh informed officers in a post-Miranda interview he would use the crystal-like substance to mimic methamphetamine, based on the affidavit. Officers additionally discovered a digital scale, $5,450 in money in a duffel bag and 24.57 grams of psilocybin mushrooms.