Two Quincy men arrested for Manufacture, Delivery of Meth
The Adams County Sheriff's Office conducted a traffic stop on Sunday that resulted in two arrests.
A vehicle was traveling southbound in the northbound lane at I-172, just south of Highway 24.
The driver, Emir F. Jasso-Diaz, 24, did not have a valid driver's license or insurance.
Deputies located over 400 grams of suspected methamphetamine inside the vehicle.
Jasso-Diaz was arrested and lodged in the Adams County Jail for Manufacture/Delivery of Meth, 400-900 grams.
James W. Courson, 29, was also arrested for Manufacture/Delivery of Methamphetamine, 400-900 grams.
Courson was arrested by the West Central Illinois Drug Force at the 3100 block of Quincy.
Courson was also lodged in the Adams County Jail on no bond charges pending his first court appearance.