Keokuk and Argyle Resident Arrested for Drugs



It’s been a busy day so far for Lee County’s Narcotics Task Force.

The first arrest reported today was a Keokuk man on drug charges,

24-year-old Austin Schuelka of Keokuk was arrested at his home this morning and charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver Marijuana while in Possession of a Firearm, a Drug Tax Stamp Violation, Maintaining a Drug House, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. If convicted of all charges, he could face a little over 17 years in prison.


Also arrested, in an unrelated case,  was an Argyle woman on misdemeanor drug charges. 23-year-old Addison McFerren has been charged with three counts of Prohibited Acts. If convicted, she faces 6 years in prison.

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Savanna Evans
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2 Comments on "Keokuk and Argyle Resident Arrested for Drugs"

  1. What prohibited acts can get you 6 years?

  2. Jason Eaves | May 30, 2014 at 11:52 am |

    “maintaining a drug house” isn’t even a real charge. According to my attorney in Des Moines that is some BS that Lee County call’s it, its actually a “prohibited acts” charge, 2 year aggravated misdemeanor.

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