WCITF makes multiple meth-related arrests
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Arrests made on N. 7th, N. 22nd and Wismann Lane
West Central Illinois Task Force, and US Marshalls Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested three Quincy subjects on Monday on warrants charging Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine Precursors. Agents arrested Laken A. Rudicil, age 26, and Kartney R. Smith, age 34, at 508 N. 7th Street in Quincy. Rudicil and Smith's arrest stem from a methamphetamine investigation that began on February 6th at 623 Oak. The task force served a search warrant at the location and identified individiuals that were involved in the acquisition of precursors used in the methamphetmaine manufacturing process.
Kenneth M. Silman, age 31 was arrested in the 3500 block of Wismann Lane in Quincy. Silman's arrest stems from his purchases of pseudoephedrine after he received a conviction under the 2005 Methamphetamine Control Act. Adams County records show that Silman was charged in 2002 and 2004 for Unlawful Possession of Meth. Silman received 30 months probation on each case. Silman was charged in 2009 with Methamphetamine Precursors and received a 5 year sentence in the Illinois Department of Corrections. Rudicil, Smith, and Silman were all transported to the Adams County Jail and were lodged on the warrants.
In a separate incident, a Quincy women was arrested Monday afternoon on an Adams County warrant charging her with Unlawful Possession of Methamhetamine. West Central Illinois Task Force Agents and US Marshall's arrested Christie R. Smith, age 40 of 821 N. 22nd Street at her residence. The charges stem from a search warrant that was served at the location in November of 2012. Smith was transported to the Adams County Jail were she remains lodged.
Adams County records show that Smith was charged in 2008 with Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine and Manufacture/Delivery of Cannabis. The case was dismissed. In 2009, Smith was charged with Aggravated Unlawful Participation in Methamphetamine Production. The production charge was dismissed after Smith pled guilty to Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine. Smith received a sentence in the 2009 case of 30 month's of Intensive Probation-Drug Court.
All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.