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Three arrested in weekend WING sting


October 19, 2017

Davis, Beedy and Smith all arrested

Western Nebraska Intelligence and Narcotics Group (WING) executed a search warrant in Kimball around 10:50 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 16. Executing a search warrant at 307 N. Oak St. in Kimball.

Investigators with the WING task force were assisted by Kimball County Sheriff Deputies Marla Knigge and Anthony Osborn.

According to the arrest affidavit, during the search of the residence, law enforcement officers located multiple items of contraband including a glass methamphetamine pipe, marijuana, a home made bong with residue, a small glass jar with wax substance (suspected to be Hash Wax), multiple marijuana pipes with residue, a broken glass pipe with residue, a self-sealing baggie with plastic cup containing white crystal residue, several clean, clear baggies that were of the same make as the one that had white crystal residue, and a glass bong in the south bedroom where Samantha Beedy and Joseph Davis were located.

Investigators field tested one of the suspected methamphetamine pipes and that pipe came back with a presumptive positive test for methamphetamine.

In the middle bedroom of the trailer, where Kofi Smith was located, investigators found several items of contraband including, eight clear plastic baggies with white residue (suspected methamphetamine), five glass methamphetamine pipes with residue, a pink self-seal baggie with black residue, and two glass marijuana pipes with marijuana.

Field testing on one of the plastic baggies with suspected methamphetamine residue came back as a presumptive positive test for methamphetamine.

Beedy, Davis and Smith were all placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance-Methamphetamine. All three were transported to the Kimball County Jail by Deputy Marla Knigge and Kimball Police Chief Andy Bremer.

Following an interview with Nebraska State Patrol Sgt. Brian Eads, all suspects may also face additional charges.


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