ISP arrests Monroe City woman in Quincy for meth trafficking
QUINCY — The Illinois State Police Division of Criminal Investigation and the West Central Illinois Task Force recently arrested Amanda M. Carroll, 34, of Monroe City, Mo., for methamphetamine trafficking 100-400 grams and methamphetamine delivery 100-400 grams.
DCI agents with the WCITF began a narcotics investigation on Tuesday, March 14 near Sixth and Harrison in Quincy. The WCITF was assisted by the Quincy Police Department.
During the investigation, the Quincy Police Department made a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by Carroll. During a probable cause search of Carroll’s vehicle, agents found more than 250 grams of methamphetamine. Carroll was arrested and transported to the Adams County Jail.
Carroll was charged on Wednesday, March 15 with methamphetamine trafficking and methamphetamine delivery, both Class X felonies. Carroll’s bond was set at $500,000.
This investigation is active and ongoing.
Anyone with information concerning this case is asked to contact the WCITF at (217) 222-0331.
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