A Kincaid man is in custody after a search warrant led to several charges on Saturday morning. Taylorville Police Department conducted an investigation of suspected methamphetamine sources in the Taylorville area and other surrounding communities. After gathering enough evidence and working with the Christian County Sheriff’s Office and State’s Attorney Mike Havera’s office, the Taylorville Police were able to get a court authorized search warrant.
After conducting the search warrant in Kincaid, Taylorville Police arrested Adam Passoni of Kincaid for several charges including possession of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, and possessing a firearm without a FOID card. Taylorville Police Chief Dwayne Wheeler said in a press release, “TPD will track the source down that is poisoning our City. It takes a City working with police to make it safe. Taylorville is a great place to live and work, we must stop the drug trade.”
The investigation is still ongoing.