JAMESTOWN – Four people in Jamestown were arrested Tuesday on charges related to possessing methamphetamine following two separate investigations by the Jamestown Metro Drug Task force.
Investigators from the Task Force arrested 32-year-old Kyle Kamholz around 1 p.m. Tuesday following the execution of a search warrant at 102 McKinley Ave.
Police say as part of an investigation, they received information the location was being used to traffic crystal meth. Police took Kahmolz into custody near the home and allegedly found him in possession of 4.8 grams of meth along with brass knuckles. A small quantity of meth was also reportedly found in the residence, along with packaging materials.
Kamholz was arrested on related charges and sent to the city jail for arraignment.
A separate investigation into the sale and trafficking of crystal meth in the city led to the arrest of three city residents. Police say Brandon Smith, Celeste Carr, and Samual Critzer – all 32 and all from Jamestown – were arrested at a home at 6 Terrace Pl. in the city.
That arrest came after investigators obtained information meth was reportedly being sold from that location and a search warrant was issued. Three children were also in the home. Inside the home police reportedly found 13 grams of crystal meth, packaging material, and drug paraphernalia.
All three face drug-related charges. In addition, Smith was charged with violating terms of federal probation and Carr was charged on three counts of child endangerment.
All three were sent to the city jail to await arraignment.