Davenport man on parole for making meth in daycare arrested again

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DAVENPORT, Iowa — A Davenport man on parole after an earlier conviction for manufacturing methamphetamine at a home with a daycare is facing new meth-related charges.

The Quad City Times reports 40-year-old Dale Blumer is charged in Scott County with possession with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, possession with intent to deliver and three charges of possessing ingredients of meth.

Iowa prison records show Blumer was on parole on a 2012 methamphetamine case. He and his then-girlfriend, Amanda Taylor, were arrested after finding methamphetamine operations at a home where Taylor operated a state-approved daycare. At least one of the children tested positive for methamphetamine exposure. Both pleaded guilty to methamphetamine-related charges.

Blumer was sentenced to 25 years.

He is being held in the Scott County Jail on a $50,000 cash-only bond.

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