On Monday, Oct. 15, Tony Ramirez was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on one count. Count one was for unlawful possession of methamphetamine. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Saturday, Oct. 6, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess a usable quantity of methamphetamine, and at the time of possession, the defendant had two or more prior convictions. 

On Monday, Oct. 15, Kameron Lawhead was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on six counts. Count one was for unlawful delivery of heroin. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, Oct. 9, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver heroin. Count two was for unlawful delivery of methamphetamine. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, Oct. 9, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver methamphetamine. Count three was for unlawful possession of heroin. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, Oct. 9, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess one gram or more of a mixture or substance containing a detectible amount of heroin. Count four was for unlawful possession of methamphetamine. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, Oct. 9, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess two grams or more of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine. Count five was for unlawful possession of cocaine. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, Oct. 9, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly having previously been convicted in Kauai County Hawaii of the felony of Promoting a Dangerous Drug in the Third Degree, did unlawfully and knowingly possess a usable quantity of cocaine. Count six was for a felon in possession of a restricted weapon. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, Oct. 9, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly have in the defendant’s possession, custody or control an instrument or weapon having a blade that projects or swings into position by force of a spring or by centrifugal force. 

On Monday, Oct. 29, Megan Poole was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on eight counts. Count one was for child neglect in the first degree. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Friday, Sept. 14, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly allow a child to stay in a vehicle where controlled substance were being criminally delivered. Count two was for child neglect in the first degree. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Friday, Sept. 14, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly allow a child to stay in a vehicle where controlled substances were being criminally delivered. Count three was for unlawfully exporting of marijuana items. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Friday, Sept. 14, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly export marijuana items. Count four was for unlawful possession of marijuana by a person 21 years of age or older. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Friday, Sept. 14, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess more than one ounce of usable marijuana in a public place. Count five was for unlawful delivery of a marijuana item. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Friday, Sept. 14, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item. Count six was for unlawfully exporting marijuana items. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Friday, Sept. 14, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly export marijuana items. Count seven was for unlawful possession of marijuana by a person 21 years of age or older. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Friday, Sept. 14, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess more than one-quarter ounce of a cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a licensed marijuana retailer. Count eight was for unlawful delivery of a marijuana item. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Friday, Sept. 14, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item. The state further alleges that the delivery involved more than one-quarter ounce of cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer licensed under 475B.105. 

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