GARNER, Iowa – A Hancock County man is accused of stealing someone’s identity to help him deal LSD.
Julian Taylor Washington, 20 of Garner, is charged with a controlled substance violation, identity theft, and failure to affix a drug tax stamp. Police say they searched Washington’s home on August 3 and found about 42.5 grams of a substance containing LSD. The substance had been broken down into roughly 104 doses and police say there were also two scales in the home believed to have been used to weigh the drugs.
According to court documents, Washington told law enforcement he ordered the controlled substance online by using the name of a previous resident of his home. During their search, police say they found mail addressed to the previous resident that had been opened.
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