Davenport police arrested two people Wednesday in connection with a heroin distribution investigation.
Deyon Martinas Gary, 36, and Catrinna Monique Gary, 41, both of 619 Boston Drive, Davenport, each are charged with two counts of possession with intent to deliver heroin. Each of the charges is a Class C felony under Iowa law that carries a prison sentence of up to 10 years.
They also are charged with one count each of possession or use of a false Iowa drug tax stamp, a Class D felony that carries a prison sentence of up to five years.
Additionally, Deyon Gary is charged with one count of trafficking in stolen weapons, also a Class D felony.
According to the arrest affidavits filed by Davenport Police officer Robert Myers, members of the Davenport Police Department’s Tactical Operations Bureau served a search warrant at the Gary’s home as part of a heroin distribution investigation.
During the search officers seized packaging materials, a digital scale, $3,694 in cash, and a .380-caliber Smith and Wesson pistol that had its serial number obliterated.
Before the search, officers made contact with Catrinna Gary and seized 3.15 grams of heroin that had been separated into four baggies for re-sale.
Both of the Garys were booked Wednesday into the Scott County Jail.
Catrinna Gary was released after posting 10 percent of a $25,000 bond through a bonding company.
Deyon Gary remained in the Scott County Jail on Thursday night on bonds totaling $105,000 cash or surety, as he also is facing a charge of willful injury causing bodily harm, a Class D felony.
In that incident, that occurred March 14, 2016, Gary became involved in a fight with another person in the 1300 block of East 37th Street. Gary is alleged to have pulled a knife and stabbed the victim one time in the back as the victim was trying to run away.
Deyon Gary is scheduled to have a preliminary hearing on the drug and weapons charges on March 9 in Scott County District Court.
Catrinna Gary is scheduled to have a preliminary hearing on the drug charges she is facing on March 20.