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Imperial man fined for procuring; cocaine possession charges dropped PDF Print E-mail

By Jan Schultz
The Imperial Republican

Following an arrest in April on felony charges of cocaine possession and a misdemeanor procuring alcohol for minors, County Attorney Arlan Wine later dropped the more serious charges.
The case against Tony Quezada of Imperial began when a loud music complaint was received April 8 and investigated by Imperial police. The arrest followed.
Quezada, 21, appeared in Chase County Court on June 13. Wine said in a plea agreement, Quezada pled no contest to the procuring charges and the felony possession charges were dropped.
Quezada was fined $500 by Judge Edward Steenburg for procuring/selling alcohol to minors.
Wine said he agreed to the plea because he believed there was procedural vulnerability with the case.

 

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