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Highway 61 Traffic Stop Leads To Meth Arrest


Update: On October 31, 2013, Felina Lochner was sentenced to three years probation for a controlled substance violation.

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A traffic stop on Highway 61 lead to two meth arrests on Thursday night, December 6, 2012. At around 10:15, an Iowa State Trooper stopped a vehicle on Highway 61 near the intersection of Y48.

According to the report, the trooper discovered evidence of methamphetamine manufacturing materials.

Multiple agencies were called to assist at the scene including Agents of the Department of Narcotics Enforcement as well as members of the Davenport Police Department Tactical Operations Bureau.

As a result of the initial investigation, two search warrants and two consent searches were executed in Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa.

According to the Davenport Police, two people have been arrested at this point in the investigation.

Arrested were 36-year-old Joseph Allen Terry and 35-year-old Felina Danielle Lochner, both of Davenport. Both were charged with the manufacture of methamphetamine, a class B felony.