Charles City, Iowa – A Charles City man is facing meth charges after a traffic stop near Charles City on Tuesday.
The Floyd County Sheriff’s Office said in a release that 33 year old Jeremy John Round was pulled over at the intersection of 11th Street and Corporate Drive at 12:25pm Tuesday due to having a suspended license.
The release states Round had a meth pipe and over $700 in cash on him when he was arrested. Round’s vehicle was towed and an inventory of the contents of the vehicle revealed a bag of meth, small zip lock baggies and a scale. A locked box was also found under the driver’s seat.
A search warrant was then requested and approved with more baggies and another digital scale being found after the search of the vehicle and the locked box.
After field testing the meth, Round was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, a class B felony, driving while suspended, a simple misdemeanor and possession of drug paraphernalia, a simple misdemeanor.
Round went in front of a Floyd County Magistrate Judge on Wednesday and was held on a $25,600 bond.