Palmyra School District Gets $4,000 in Seized Drug Money
The Palmyra School District will benefit from a forfeiture of cash in a drug case.
According to Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton, a Des Moines, Iowa man was arrested after a traffic stop by Palmyra Police in September of 2017.
The stop resulted in the seizure of 4.1 grams of ecstasy and over $4,000 in cash.
The defendant entered an open guilty plea to possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to prison.
On Monday, under the Criminal Activity Forfeiture Act, the court ordered the $4,000 be transferred to the Palmyra School District.