Two Recent Convictions in La Porte County for Individuals Dealing Narcotics


Posted on: September 13th, 2018 by [email protected] No Comments

The La Porte County Drug Task Force and The La Porte County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announced the conviction of two defendants in separate investigations conducted by The La Porte County Drug Task Force. Both of the defendants have previous convictions for dealing narcotics. The first defendant, 28 year old Kyle S. Dilley of La Porte was tried by a jury in La Porte County Superior Court #1, where he was found to be guilty on August 14th, 2018 of Dealing in Methamphetamine Level 2 Felony, and Possession of a Narcotic Drug Level 5 Felony. The case was tried by Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Elizabeth Boehm, and assisted by lead detectives Cpl. Cisco Rodriguez, and Detective Kyle Shiparski. Dilley remains incarcerated in The La Porte County Jail, where he awaits sentencing on September 27th, 2018. Dilley faces a sentence of 10-30 years. The second defendant, 29 year old Calvin L. Lowery of Chicago was tried by a jury in La Porte County Superior Court #1, where he was found guilty on September 11th, 2018 of Dealing in a Narcotic Drug (Heroin) Level 4 Felony. The case was tried by Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Elizabeth Boehm, and assisted by lead detectives Sgt. Andy Hynek, and Cpl. Cisco Rodriguez. Lowery remains incarcerated in The La Porte County Jail, where he awaits sentencing in October 2018. Lowery faces a sentence of 2-12 years.



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