NE Iowa man accused of delivering heroin

Chase Heying

A northeast Iowa man is facing multiple felony drug charges.

Posted: Oct. 19, 2018 11:47 AM

WINNESHIEK COUNTY, Iowa – A northeast Iowa man is facing multiple felony drug charges.
Chase Heying, 25, of Ossian, is facing two counts of a controlled substance violation along with a charge of failure to affix a tax stamp.
Authorities say that on two occasions in 2017 Heying was identified as a contributing part of delivering heroin.
On June 6 of 2017, search warrants were conducted at 101 S. Hall St. in Ossian, where bottles of morphine were found. More than 10 dosage units were found, according to the criminal complaint.

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