BELOIT

The Rock County Sheriff’s Office executed two search warrants this week and arrested three Beloit residents on drug charges, according to a sheriff’s office news release issued Wednesday.

The search warrants are part of an ongoing investigation into delivery of crack cocaine in the Beloit area, the release stated.

Officers from the sheriff’s office Special Investigations Unit, the FBI Safe Street Task Force and Beloit Police Department’s Violent Crime Interdiction Team executed the first search warrant Monday in the 2100 block of Freeman Parkway, according to the release.

Curtis W. McAlister Jr., 30, was arrested on six counts of delivery of cocaine and one count each of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, maintaining a vehicle or premises for drug trafficking and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officers also seized 90 grams of crack cocaine, 15 grams of marijuana and $800 cash, according to the release.

McAlister was transported to the Rock County Jail and made his initial court appearance Tuesday, the release stated.

Officers executed the second search warrant Tuesday in the 1100 block of Partridge Avenue, Beloit, and arrested two people, according to the release.

Christopher A. Earl Jr., 31, was arrested on five counts of delivery of cocaine, four counts of neglecting a child and one count each of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, maintaining a vehicle or premises for drug trafficking, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Lashonda E. McAdory, 30, was arrested on charges of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, maintaining a vehicle or premises for drug trafficking, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and four counts of neglecting a child.

Officers also seized about 70 grams of crack cocaine, 10 grams of marijuana and $1,000 cash, according to the release.

Earl and McAdory were transported to the Rock County Jail and were scheduled to make their initial court appearances Wednesday, according to the release.

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