A 37-year-old Davenport man was behind bars Sunday after he was arrested on a warrant in connection with possession of meth and other drugs.
Gabriel Hoyt, of Davenport, faces two charges of possession with intent to deliver, two charges of having no drug-tax stamp, and parole violation, all felonies.
Shortly before 7 p.m. Sept. 6, 2020, Davenport police responded to the 400 block of East 9th Street about a disturbance and someone being held against their will.
Through a window, police saw a codefendant opening and dividing a vacuum-sealed bag of marijuana. The codefendant was taken into custody.
When a search warrant was conducted on the residence, police found:
- Multiple pieces of drug paraphernalia
- 3.5 grams of marijuana
- 2.6 grams of marijuana seeds
- THC wax containers
- 19 Ecstasy pills
- 1 gram of THC wax from a black box on a nightstand
- 117.3 grams of marijuana on a nightstand
- 27.3 grams of marijuana on digital scale on a nightstand
- Multiple digital scales with residue
- A Kel-Tec 9 mm handgun with obliterated serial number
- A drug ledger
- $2,005 in currency
- 142.6 grams of marijuana on top of the bed
- 7 grams of marijuana wax in containers on the nightstand
- 1 gram of crystal methamphetamine in a black box on a nightstand.
- 1 gram of marijuana wax from a Cubs cooler
- 306 grams of marijuana from a Cubs lunchbox
- 4.2 grams of mushroom from a Cubs lunchbox
- 79.15 grams of crystal meth from a Cubs lunchbox
- 3.75 grams of crystal meth from a Cubs pouch in the bedroom.
Multiple latent fingerprints were lifted on multiple items seized during the search. Hoyt’s fingerprints were found on a plastic bag inside of a Cubs lunchbox, which also had numerous drugs and digital scales.
Hoyt, who was being held Sunday on a total $45,000 bond, is set to appear Feb. 19 in Scott County Court.