Monday, March 9, 2015

Four South Dakota Residents Arrested, Meth Related Charges

Luke Dvoracek, 22
Mission, South Dakota

One Traffic Stop, Four Arrested 

All Meth Related 

Mesa County, Colo. -- Last night just before 11 p.m., patrol deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of the I-70 Business Loop and Harmony Lane, Grand Junction. The four adults were inconsistent in their description of what they were doing and where they were going, as well as who they were.
Preston Good-Buffalo, 26
Mission, South Dakota

The four adults in the vehicle were arrested and booked into the Mesa County Detention Facility on charges related to possession of methamphetamine (schedule I/II), possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and criminal attempt. Deputies eventually learned the four were likely headed to Arizona to purchase additional methamphetamine, and were enroute there from South Dakota.

Seth Larvie, 23
Rapid City, South Dakota
In addition to the above charges, the driver, Luke Dvoracek, 22, of Mission, SD, was charged with driving without a valid license, not possessing insurance and license plate improperly displayed. Windy Soldier, 37, of Rosebud, SD, initially claimed to be her sister but was identified through fingerprints. She was charged with a criminal impersonation charge.

Windy Soldier, 37
Rosebud, South Dakota
The other two passengers were Seth Larvie, 23, of Rapid City, SD and Preston Good-Buffalo, 26, of Mission, SD. They all are scheduled to appear in court next on March 17, 2015, at 8 a.m. Windy received a $10,000 cash only bond and is currently being held on a US Marshal hold. Luke received a $10,000 cash or surety bond, and both Preston and Seth received a $5,000 PR bond.

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