A Fort Dodge woman has been arrested on drug charges.
Shalonya Diekman, 30, has been charged with delivery of a simulated controlled substance, a Class C felony.
Diekman is alleged to have sold 2.32 grams of a "simulated controlled substance," according to the criminal complaint filed in the Webster County attorney's office. The complaint said Diekman told the person she sold it to that the substance was meth.
Diekman was ordered held on $10,000 bond in Webster County Magistrate Court Thursday morning, and had her preliminary hearing was set for March 2.
Escape - Allex Clayton, 26, 311 First Ave. S., sent to District Court.
Violation of probation - Tina Vesey, 28, 1905 Second Ave. N., sent to District Court.
Possession of methamphetamine - Clarence Newkirk, 42, 839 S. 20th St., preliminary hearing set for March 2.
Possession of drug paraphernalia - Teresa Miller, 40, 1349 S. 23rd St., trial set for March 8.
No insurance - Nathaniel Aldrich, 24, 1238 Fifth Ave. N., $566.25.
Driving under suspension - Cody Fiferlick, 26, 932 S. 23rd St., $397.50 and 10 days suspended.
No insurance, accident-related - Cody Fiferlick, 26, 932 S. 23rd St., $735.
Failure to observe a traffic control device - Allen J. Habhab, 49, 511 S. 14th St., trial set for March 9.
Failure to stop or yield - Lorri L. Alexander, 45, 610 S. 17th St., trial set for March 7; Marty L. Frank, 54, 525 Second St., trial set for March 7.