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Police expect more arrests after two sell cannabis to undercover officers

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Two men were arrested after reportedly selling drugs to undercover police officers.

According to the Dixon Police Department 18-year-old Noah Braker and 31-year-old Mark Ballotti were arrested on valid warrants for unlawful delivery of cannabis and unlawful possession of cannabis.

Police say Braker and Ballotti sold about one ounce or less of cannabis to undercover police on separate occasions in December of 2013.

Officials say Braker was arrested on January 28, 2014 and was held in the Lee County Jail on $5,000 bond. Ballotti was taken into custody by the Lee County Sheriff’s Department and posted pond.

An investigation is ongoing and Dixon Police said more arrests are pending.

1 Comment

  • Time

    Well it is a good thing that Davenport and Iowa keeps dumping tax dollars into arresting non-violent offenders and wasting taxpayer dollars as other including our neighbor to the south is reevaluating their ineffective and costly prohibition programs.

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