GARNER, Iowa – A Hancock County man is pleading not guilty to six drug-related charges.
47-year-old Brian Douglas Kronemann of Kanawha was arrested after law enforcement searched his home on October 18. Officers say they found methamphetamine and prescription medication with no prescription. The meth was reportedly in the living room where it a child in the home could find it. Authorities say Kronemann’s home is also within 1,000 feet of West Hancock Middle School and Kanawha Christian School.
He has entered not guilty pleas to possession with intent to distribute drugs to people under 18, two counts of possession with intent to deliver drugs, child endangerment, and two counts of unlawful possession of a prescription drug. Kronemann is scheduled to stand trial on February 21.
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