Four arrested for intent to make methAt least one of the arrests is connected to rolling meth lab stopped on square
Law enforcement made four arrests related to methamphetamine this week. At least one arrest is linked to the rolling meth lab found in the square on Dec. 5, 2012.
On Tuesday, June 11, Zachary William Rarick, 29, of Wash-ington, was arrested in the 100 block of West Wash-ington Street for possession of a precursor with intent to manufacture, the Wash-ington County communications call log said.
On March 27, an interview was performed with Rarick, in which he allegedly said he had been providing pseudoephedrine pills at least nine times in 2012 to Kyle Boileau for meth manufacturing. Rarick said Kyle Boileau was paying him with half a gram of meth produced from a meth cook using the pills, his court record said. Rarick then allegedly identified 21,600 milligrams of pseudoephedrine pills that he provided to Kyle Boileau for meth manufacturing, his court record said. Rarick has been accused of possession of a precursor with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, which is a Class D felony and punishable up to 5 years in prison. His bail has been set at $5,000, his court record said.
On Dec. 5, 2012 a search of a vehicle conducted in the town square in Washington found an active mobile meth lab being allegedly operated by Boileau.
Michael Larry Beenblossom, 53, of Washington, was arrested on Wednesday, the Washington County communications calls log said. He was also arrested in the 100 block of West Washington Street in Washington on a warrant for possession of pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture. His bail is set at $5,000.
Court records said on Dec 5, 2012, three searches were performed in the cities of Washington and Wayland. In these three searches, meth manufacturing or items used in meth manufacturing were found.
The record said Beenblossom provided 4,080 milligrams of pseudoephedrine for meth manufacturing. From these pills almost 3.75 grams of methamphetamine could have produced, the court record said. The record also said he allegedly bought other needed items for meth manufacturing. These items included camp fuel, lithium batteries, and instant cold packs. Beenblossom has previous convictions of controlled substances, delivery of controlled substances, and possession of pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture meth.
Lisa Marie Boysel, 46, of Wilton, and Robert William Burns, 26, of Des Moines were arrested Thursday afternoon in the 100 block of West Washington Street in Washington, for warrants for possession of pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture, the Washington County communications call log said. Court documents for Boysel and Burns were not available before press time.
Washington Police Chief Greg Goodman said all of these arrests were from previous cases the police department has been working on. Goodman also said there wasn’t a new case in regard to meth or meth production. He said he didn’t expect any more arrests to come.