Two Arrested in Clinton for Distributing Meth
Two Illinois residents were arrested in Clinton earlier this week on multiple charges, including intent to deliver methamphetamine.
In a social media announcement on Wednesday, the Clinton Police Department announced that they arrested two people on multiple charges.
According to the press release, the Clinton Police Department, Street Crimes and Targeted Enforcement Team (SCATT), along with the Blackhawk Area Task Force concluded a drug investigation leading to the arrest of two Illinois residents on Tuesday, January 19.
Clinton police arrested 44 year old Guy M. Pidde of Fulton, IL. Pidde was arrested and charged for three counts of possession with the Intent to Delivery Methamphetamines over 5 grams, and three counts of Failure to Affix Drug Tax Stamp.
Also arrested on Tuesday was 44 year old Megan M. Murphy, also of Fulton, IL. Murphy was arrested and charged with two counts of Possession with the Intent to Delivery Methamphetamines over 5 grams, two counts of Failure to Affix Drug Tax Stamp, and one count Felon in Possession of a Firearm
Officials from the Clinton Police Department said that the results of the investigation allowed them to confiscate 110 grams of Methamphetamines, $2,000 cash and a .22 Cal handgun.
More details about the arrest in Clinton can be found in the official press release below.