Rarick pleads guilty to meth precursor chargesAdmits providing pills to Kyle Boileau
A Washington man has pleaded guilty to charges in connection with providing pseudoephedrine for making methamphetamine.
Zachary William Rarick, 29, pleaded guilty to selling, distributing or making available pseudoephedrine with intent to use as a precursor, a Class D felony, on Jan. 17, according to his court records. He will also have to pay a fine of $750, court costs, and fees from his court-appointed attorney, the court record said.
Rarick was given credit for time served and will have three years of probation, his court record said. During his probation he will have to go through substance abuse treatment and evaluations, not use any controlled substances, not have association with people who have a criminal record unless approved by the Department of Corrections, comply with a payment plan for fines, and submit to drug testing at the request of the Department of Corrections and pay for costs associated with the drug testing, his court record said.
According to his court records, Rarick was arrested and charged with possession of a precursor for making meth in Wash-ington in June.
Rarick was interviewed in March 2013 by officers and said he had been providing Kyle Boileau, who was indicted with federal charges in relation to the rolling meth lab in the square in December 2012, with pseudoephedrine pills at least nine times in 2012, his court record said. Rarick also said Boileau was paying him with half a gram of meth produced from a meth cook using the pills, the court record said. Rarick identified the 21,600 milligrams of pseudoephedrine pills he provided to Boileau.