Fulkerson guilty of drug charges
SIOUX CITY - A Fort Dodge man has been convicted of federal drug charges after pleading guilty Tuesday.
Troy Fulkerson, 42, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to distribute methamphetamine and one count of possessing with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
At his plea hearing Tuesday, Fulkerson admitted that he was involved in a conspiracy from 2011 until October 2012 that distributed more than 150 grams of meth in the Fort Dodge area, according to a statement from the United States attorney's office for the Northern District of Iowa.
Fulkerson also admitted that he gave over 19 grams of meth to people working with law enforcement on four occasions.
According to the statement, Fulkerson lives within 1,000 feet of Holy Rosary School Park, which is considered a protected location.
Fulkerson's sentencing will be scheduled once the pre-sentence investigation report is completed.
Third-degree theft - Jace K. Simpson, 23, Webster City, sent to District Court.
Violation of probation - Samson D. Weinzetl, 21, no address provided, sent to District Court; Shawn L. Gully, 36, no address provided, sent to District Associate Court.
Unlawful assembly - Morquett Jackson, no age or address provided, trial set for Feb. 28.
Disorderly conduct - Morquett Jackson, no age or address provided, trial set for Feb. 28.
Failure to disperse - Morquett Jackson, no age or address provided, trial set for Feb. 28.
Tony Haynes and Walmart each reported a theft.
Larry Bockoven reported identity theft.
John Fletcher and Eric Cook each reported criminal mischief.