Three Drug Arrests Made In A Small Northeast Iowa Town

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Calmar, Iowa – The Winneshiek County Sheriff’s Office and the Calmar Police department have made three arrests in an on-going drug investigation.

According to a press release, law enforcement arrested 37-year-old Destiny Chambers, 21-year-old Dominick Watson both of Calmar and 27-year-old Lane Breitsprecher of Fort Atkinson on several drug charges.

Chambers was charged with felony controlled substance violation (methamphetamine), felony failure to affix drug stamp, felony gathering where controlled substances are used and aggravated possession of controlled substance (2nd offense).

Watson was charged with felony controlled substance violation (3 rd or subsequent), felony gathering where controlled substances are used and simple misdemeanor
possession of drug paraphernalia.

Breitsprecher was charged with serious misdemeanor controlled substance violation and simple misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

This case remains under investigation, additional arrests and charges are pending.