Police charge man found with oxycodone and hydrocodone

BY MATT STARNS | AUGUST 20, 2012 6:30 AM

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A local man has been accused of possessing prescription pills without a prescription.

Calvin Lacey, 18, 2030 Hannah Jo Court, was charged Aug. 15 with a controlled-substance violation.

According to a North Liberty police complaint, police officials responded to a call about loud music coming from a pickup truck. The complaint said the caller suspected the vehicle’s occupants to be smoking marijuana.

Upon arrival, the complaint said, the officer made contact with Lacy, who reportedly gave his consent for the officer to search the truck. The officer located a black bag that allegedly contained a gold wristwatch, a gold ring, and two clear plastic bags containing two different types of pills.

According to the complaint, the pills were identified as Oxycodone, a Schedule-II controlled substance, and hydrocodone, a Schedule-III controlled substance.

Lacy allegedly told the officer he would give the pills to friends if asked but hadn’t yet. The complaint said Lacy had possessed the pills for two days.

A controlled-substance violation is a class-C felony.

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