A Davenport couple and another person are facing drug trafficking charges after a police department confidential source purchased crack cocaine on several occasions, Davenport police said.
DMarithe Quashon Culbreath, 20, and Alycya Santiana Fleetwood, 19, both of 4925 Wooddale Court, were arrested Tuesday after members of the Davenport Police Department’s Tactical Operations Bureau served a search warrant at their residence.
According to arrest affidavits, on Oct. 4 a confidential source purchased .85 grams of crack cocaine from Culbreath. Also on that day a confidential source purchased .75 grams of crack cocaine from Culbreath.
On Oct. 7 a confidential source purchased .60 grams of crack cocaine from Culbreath, while on Oct. 8 a confidential source purchased .40 grams of crack cocaine from him.
During a search of the home on Tuesday, officers seized 13 individually wrapped baggies, each of which contained crack cocaine. The total weight of the crack cocaine came to 5.5 grams.
Culbreath is charged with five counts of possession with the intent to deliver crack cocaine. Each of the charges is a Class C felony under Iowa law that carries a prison sentence of up to 10 years. He also is charged with failing to affix an Iowa drug tax stamp, a Class D felony, which carries a prison sentence of up to five years.
Fleetwood is charged with one count of possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, a Class C felony, and one count of failure to affix an Iowa drug tax stamp, a Class D felony.
Also facing charges in the case is Eloisa Isabel Limon, 29, of 1000 Blythwood Place, Davenport. She is charged with two counts of possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine. Each is a Class C felony. Limon was the driver of the vehicle in two of the drug transactions according to arrest affidavits.
Culbreath was being held Thursday night in the Scott County Jail on cash-only bonds totaling $60,000. He also was being held on two probation violations.
Limon also was being held Thursday night in the Scott County Jail on a bond of $50,000 cash or surety.
Fleetwood was released from the Scott County Jail on Wednesday after posting 10 percent of a $50,000 bond through a bonding company.
— Thomas Geyer