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North Liberty man allegedly bought $50 worth of pseudoephedrine

BY DI STAFF | SEPTEMBER 11, 2013 5:00 AM

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A North Liberty man allegedly purchased $50 of pseudoephedrine to give to an associate to produce methamphetamine.

Michael Plummer, 43, was accused Aug. 5 with precursor substance violation.

According to a North Liberty police complaint, Plummer was contacted by an associate to buy $50 worth of pseudoephedrine so the associate could manufacture methamphetamine.

Plummer reportedly went to the Coralville Walmart and purchased a box of pseudoephedrine, the complaint said. Plummer then went to Super Wash Car Wash in North Liberty to allegedly give the pseudoephedrine to his associate.

Plummer’s associate gave $50 to Plummer in exchange of the pseudoephedrine, the complaint said.

Plummer told officials that he knew prior to the purchase of the pseudoephedrine would be used to manufacture methamphetamine.

Precursor substance violation is a Class-C felony.

— by Rebecca Morin


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