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Undercover officer allegedly bought meth

First appearences will be held Wednesday
By David Hotle | Dec 10, 2012

Three additional charges of delivery of a controlled substance filed against Ronald Boileau are in connection to three sales of crystal methamphetamine to an undercover officer in Sunset Park.
According to court records, Boileau was charged after allegedly selling 2.9 grams of meth to an undercover officer in Sunset Park for $320. A second charge alleges he sold 1.7 grams to an undercover officer on Sept. 27 for $160. He is also charged with selling 3.8 grams to an undercover officer on Oct. 10 for $360. Each charge is a Class C felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. These charges are in addition to the Class B felony of conspiracy to manufacture meth that was filed after an active drug lab was located in a vehicle that was stopped on West Washington Street. He is being held in lieu of $100,000 bond. His first appearance will be Wednesday.
Boileau was arrested in his home in connection with a traffic stop on Dec. 5 which found two subjects with the active lab in their car. Kyle Boileau of Wayland was allegedly driving with the lab on his lap. The report said that precursors for making meth were found in Ron Boileau’s residence.
Kyle Boileau and Breanna Hole, also charged with conspiracy to manufacture meth, were found with the active lab in their car when members of a task force made up of members of Mus-catine and Wash-ington/Louisa Drug Task Forces and the state Division of Narcotics Enforce-ment pulled their car over. Both are charged with conspiracy to manufacture meth. Their first appearance is also scheduled for 11 a.m. Dec. 12.
The report said in addition to the meth lab discovered in the car, which used the “one pot” method of cooking,
several precursors were also discovered in their home. Court documents show that items recovered from their home include drain cleaner, pseudoephedrine pills, ice packs, lithium battery packaging, camp fuel and meth sludge.
Kyle Boileau remains in jail in lieu of $50,000. Hole remains in jail in lieu of $25,000.
Crystal methamphetamine, also known as meth, ice, glass, crank, or crystal, is a schedule 2 controlled substance. It is a powerful stimulant with a high potential for addiction.

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