QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) -- Fourteen people are arrested on multiple drug charges following a warrant roundup Thursday in Quincy.
According to Adams County Sheriff Brent Fischer, the Adams County Sheriff's Office, West Central IL Drug Task Force, Quincy Police Department, and US Marshals conducted a warrant roundup in order to serve recently signed indictments. During the roundup, 14 subjects were arrested and transported to the Adams County Jail on felony meth and cocaine charges. Additional suspected cannabis and suspected cocaine was seized during the warrant arrests and the subsequent follow up investigations - charges are pending. In addition the 14 physical arrests in Adams county, 5 more subjects were determined to already be in custody in detention centers and jails throughout the region.
The following were arrested:
Carey Summers, 25 for unlawful possession of meth precursors
Megan Wingerter, 25, unlawful possession of meth precursors
Shumeka Wilson, 26 for unlawful delivery of controlled substance
Timothy Wigfall, 31, unlawful delivery of controlled substance
Bertha Conners, 50, unlawful possession of meth precursors
Darrell Conners, 31 for unlawful possession of meth precursors
Brandon Branch, 25 for unlawful possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver
Everett Humphrey, 25, unlawful delivery of controlled substance
Daniel McColez, 41 for unlawful possession of meth precursors
Felicia McColez, 39, unlawful possession of meth precursors
Jennifer Rost, 25 for unlawful meth conspiracy
Jeremy Rost, 32, unlawful meth conspiracy
Jason Blackwell, 30 for unlawful delivery look a like substance
Bradley Schutte, 23, unlawful possession of meth precursors
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