Rock Co. Sheriff’s Office arrests three for drug possession

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BELOIT (WKOW) — The Rock County Sheriff’s Office arrested three people after a drug investigation in Beloit.

They searched a location in the 2100 block of Freeman Parkway on Monday and another location in the 100 block of Partridge Avenue on Tuesday.

Deputies seized a total of 160 grams of crack cocaine, 25 grams of THC and cash.

Curtis W. McAlister Jr., 30, from Beloit was arrested for possession and delivery of drugs.

Christopher A. Earl Jr., 31, and Lashonda E. Mcadory also were arrested for possession and delivery of drugs and child neglect. They are both from Beloit.

McAlister had a court appearance Tuesday.

Earl and Mcadory were in custody at the Rock County Jail. They’re scheduled to appear in court Wednesday at 3 p.m.

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