Man arrested in drug raid faces list of charges in Mesa County
SUMMIT COUNTY – A man who was arrested earlier this week during a drug raid may need to be extradited to Mesa County to attend a court date on a previous felony weapons offender charge.Daniel Wilkinson is being held at the Summit County Jail on $75,000 bond for charges of possession of methamphetamine, two counts of possession of amphetamine and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.He was arrested on Tuesday by the Summit County Drug Task Force during a raid at 460 Meadowwood Circle in Summit Cove.In addition to the drugs, police also found a loaded handgun, two loaded rifles, a loaded 12-gauge shotgun, two unloaded rifles, a small digital scale police said is used to weigh out illegal drugs for sale and small bags police said are used to package and sell illegal drugs for sale.Wilkinson, 31, is expected to be in court on Feb. 1, 2005, in Grand Junction for a plea hearing on charges of possession of an illegal weapon, previous weapons offender, use of marijuana for sale, distribution or manufacturing, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with a denied license, no proof of insurance and registration violation.Jeanne Carroll, records administrative assistant at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, said Wilkinson can post bond in Summit County and Mesa County will extradite him for his court date. Or, if Wilkinson doesn’t post his $75,000 bond, then Mesa County can take him out of the Summit County Jail for his court date, then return him back to jail after the plea hearing.Meanwhile, Jesus Eduardo Reynoza, who was arrested during a drug raid on Dec. 16 has reported his car stolen from the Breckenridge Terrace apartments on Airport Road, where he lived.Reynoza is in the Summit County Jail on $20,000 bond for charges of five counts of distribution, manufacture, sale and possession of cocaine and one count of cultivation of marijuana.Nicole Formosa can be reached at (970) 668-3998 ext. 229 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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