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Missing Juvenile Leads Police To Drug Arrests In LeClaire, Iowa

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Paul Vaughn Zumbrum Jr. Paul Vaughn Zumbrum Jr.
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A tip on missing juvenile in LeClaire, Iowa lead police to a drug arrest on Friday, November 9, 2012. Following a lead on the location of a missing/runaway juvenile, LeClaire Police say they found evidence of criminal activity at home in the 800 block of Falcon Drive.

Police say the juvenile was found and returned to his mother. They later obtained a search warrant and returned to the home. According to the police report, the search resulted in the arrest of three individuals.

48-year-old Paul Vaughn Zumbrum Jr. of LeClaire was charged with Gathering For Use Of Drugs (misdemeanor), Child Endangerment (misdemeanor), Contributing To The Delinquence Of A Minor (misdemeanor), Possession Of Control Substance (misdemeanor) and Possession Of Drug Paraphenalia (misdemeanor).

45-year-old Brenda Marie Brames of LeClaire was charged with Gathering For Use Of Drugs (Misdemeanor), Child Endangerment (Misdemeanor), Contributing To The Delinquence Of A Minor (Misdemeanor), Possession Of Control Substance (Misdemeanor), Possession Of Drug Paraphenalia (misdemeanor) and Harboring Runaway (Misdemeanor).

49-year-old Timothy John Brames of LeClaire was charged with Gathering For Use Of Drugs (Misdemeanor).