Michigan man arrested in Audubon County on drug warrant

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February 6th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

The Audubon County Sheriff’s Department reports a Michigan man was arrested early Sunday morning on an outstanding Audubon County warrant. 25-year old Bryan Stanley Curtis was picked up from Cass County authorites. He faces charges which include: Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Deliver; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Harassment of  a Public Officer. The charges stem from an incident which allegedly took place in Audubon, on December 20th. Curtis was brought to the Audubon County Jail and later released, after appearing before a magistrate. His preliminary hearing was set for Feb. 23rd.

And, a Pottawattamie County man was arrested this (Monday) morning, in Audubon County. 35-year old Phillip Bradley Pool, of Walnut, was taken into custody on an Audubon County warrant charging him with Child Endangerment. The charge stems from an investigation by Exira Police, into an incident which allegedly occurred at the Exira School on January 15th. Pool appeared before the magistrate and was released, with orders to appear in court for his preliminary hearing on Feb. 23rd.