Waterloo Iowa Fairfield Inn
Waterloo, Iowa - Fairfield Inn, the first hotel in the Waterloo area, is scheduled to open this fall as part of Cedar Valley Hospitality Group's expansion into the Iowa City area. The company, located at 2134 La Porte Road, is a franchise company operated by Marriott, owned and managed by Cedar Valley Hospitalities. The hotel offers guests access to a variety of amenities including an indoor pool, gym and spa, as well as restaurants and retail spaces.
Guests can enjoy a free hot breakfast at the hotel, which includes scrambled eggs, homemade waffles, pancakes, omelets and other breakfast options. As someone who has been on the property before, what do you tell others about the new hotel and its location in Waterloo?
Brennan said the Central Iowa Drug Task Force is an investigative agency made up of representatives from across Iowa who deal with drug problems. Brennan said it was a joint effort between state, regional and local law enforcement agencies in the central part of the district, as well as the Iowa Department of Public Health and Human Services and the Waterloo Police Department. He said it was a group of investigators and prosecutors from around the country, but mostly from Iowa and other states.
About 80 pounds of methamphetamine were seized by the Waterloo-based Central Iowa Drug Task Force and other Iowa law enforcement agencies, including the Greene County Sheriff's Office, according to a news release from the Iowa Department of Public Health and Human Services. About 80 tons of methamphetamines were seized in the central part of the county as part of a joint investigation by the Waterloo Police Department, the Waterloo County District Attorney's Office, the Iowa State Patrol and the US Drug Enforcement Administration, all based in Waterloo, and a team of investigators and prosecutors from around the country. About 80 pounds of methamphetamine: About 80 pounds of cocaine were seized by a drug investigation team in Iowa State and others, including the Cedar Rapids Dept. And the Waterloo City Council, along with a group of prosecutors and investigators from across the state.
The sheriff's office said in a news release that deputies executed 12 search warrants and police executed another in the city of Cincinnati, Iowa, in search of narcotics. The federal Justice Department said a third person accused of drug trafficking had issued search warrants in Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines and other parts of the state under a Dec. A search warrant was executed at a home on East Main Street in Cedar Falls as part of an investigation by the Central Iowa Drug Task Force and the Iowa State Patrol, the federal Justice Department said.
Greater Manchester Police said a search warrant was issued at 445 South Brewer Street on Saturday and another search warrant was issued at 5381 Park Place at 8am. And in a house on East Main Street.
Lentenze Keon Farris of Charles City was arrested and charged with multiple drug offenses, the sheriff's office said, and is in custody at the Charles County Jail. The attack led to the arrest of two other people at 5381 Park Place and the search of a home on East Main Street, the district attorney's office said. Lentenzing Keons, of Charles City, was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession with intent to distribute and is in prison for several drug offenses and in connection with a drug trafficking case in Waterloo, the Sheriff's Office said.
Several people have been arrested and charged with several drug offences linked to a drug trafficking case in Waterloo, the Crown Prosecution Service has said. Timothy Bush was arrested by police for possession of marijuana and possession with intent to distribute, possess and distribute drug paraphernalia, as well as drug possession by a person under 18 years of age and possession for the purpose of trafficking marijuana, cocaine and heroin, "according to a criminal complaint. Several people were arrested for multiple drug charges in connection with a search of a home on East Main Street on Wednesday, August 16, 2017.
Rebecca Alfaro, 39, of Keokuk, Iowa, was also arrested Wednesday and her bail was estimated at $5,000 for possession of marijuana and $1,500 for drug paraphernalia as of March 29, 2019, according to Whicker. Rebecca Alfara, 37, an Iowa City resident, was also arrested Tuesday, August 16, 2017, in connection with a search of her home on East Main Street in Waterloo. It was estimated to have been $4,400 for marijuana, $2,700 for drugs and utensils, and $3,300 for cocaine and heroin. The arrest of Rebecca Alfarros, 39, of Keoksuk, Iowa, was estimated to be March 29, 2019, Whiker said.
Most of the defendants were arrested in connection with a search of a house on East Main Street in Waterloo on Tuesday, August 16, 2017. Most of them were also arrested on Wednesday, March 29, 2019, for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs with intent to distribute, Whicker said. Some of those arrested have been arrested at least three times in the past six months.