By Krystal Fowler - Lifestyle editor
Angela I. Snyder, 48, of Udell, has been arrested as part of an ongoing narcotic investigation by the Appanoose County Sheriff’s Office, members of the South Central Iowa Drug Task Force, Centerville Police Department, Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement and Iowa State Patrol.
According to the Appanoose County Sheriff’s Office, Snyder was arrested at the Appanoose County Law Center on Thursday, Feb. 7 on an Appanoose County warrant and charged with two felonies.
Snyder is accused of conspiracy to manufacture more than five grams of methamphetamine and ongoing criminal conduct, both Class B felonies.
The charges stem from a search warrant executed Jan. 22 at 201 Fourth Ave. in Udell, where officers located evidence suggesting that methamphetamine manufacturing was taking place at the residence.
According to a press release from the Appanoose County Sheriff’s Office, “Snyder is accused of acting with others to purchase more than five grams of pseudoephedrine, along with ingredients, to manufacture methamphetamine, for their own gain.”
After her arrest Snyder was held in the custody of the Appanoose County Sheriff on $200,000 bond.
Four people from Udell and two people from Centerville were previously arrested in connection with the investigation after search warrants were executed Jan. 22 and Jan. 23 at residences in Udell and Centerville.