Police busted an alleged drug house in Davenport and arrested three people on drug charges, including one who police said failed to register as a sex offender.
Seith W. Keith, 25, was convicted of third-degree sex abuse on Feb. 1, 2002. He was 14 at the time of his offense, and his female victim was over 18, according to records available online at the Iowa Sex Offender Registry.
His arrest Thursday for failing to register was a second offense, as court records show he’s set to be sentenced March 8 on another failure to register charge.
Scott County Sheriff’s deputies found Keith at a home at 1809 Kirkwood Blvd. about 10:15 p.m. Wednesday, where officers were conducting a narcotics search.
Two others were inside the residence. Police identified them as Corey L. Miller, 42, and Eric S. Green Jr., 23. Each is charged with possession of a controlled substance. Miller also is charged with hosting a drug house, a Class D felony that is punishable in Iowa by up to five years in prison upon conviction.
During the search, police found a safe in Green’s bedroom containing about 12 grams of marijuana and $130 in cash, according to an arrest affidavit.
Inside Miller’s bedroom, police found another safe containing 2 grams of marijuana and empty bags with marijuana and cocaine residue, an arrest affidavit states.
Police claim Keith was found in possession of .4 grams of powder cocaine in his pocket, according to an arrest affidavit.
Keith is registered as living at 1809 Kirkwood Blvd., but during interviews, police discovered that he does not sleep at the address, the affidavit states. A relative told police that Keith stays in Moline with his girlfriend.
Police determined that Keith did not have a bedroom or clothes at the Kirkwood address, the affidavit states.