Fort Dodge Man Pleads Guilty to Meth Dealing

Fort Dodge Man Pleads Guilty to Meth Dealing

F.P. Report

SIOUX CITY: A man who conspired to distribute methamphetamine pled guilty on November 18, 2021, in federal court in Sioux City.

Demarcus Foy, 31, from Fort Dodge, Iowa, was convicted of one count of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and one count of distribution of methamphetamine.

At the plea hearing, Foy admitted that between April 2015 and continuing to on or about June 2020, he and others distributed more than 45 kilograms of methamphetamine.  Also, on four separate occasions during 2019, Foy distributed a total of over 100 grams of pure methamphetamine to individuals cooperating and under the supervision of law enforcement in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Foy often received from six to ten pounds of methamphetamine at a time from his source which he further distributed.

Sentencing before United States District Court Chief Judge Leonard T. Strand will be set after a presentence report is prepared.  Foy remains in custody of the United States Marshal pending sentencing.  Foy faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years’ imprisonment and a possible maximum sentence of life imprisonment, a $10,000,000 fine, and at least 5 years of supervised release following any imprisonment.

The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Shawn S. Wehde and was investigated by the Iowa Department of Narcotics Enforcement, Fort Dodge Police Department, Webster County Sheriff’s Office, and Iowa DCI Laboratory.

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