Fowler man arrested on meth charge

Posted: Apr. 16, 2014 5:37 pm Updated: Apr. 30, 2014 6:14 pm

FOWLER, Ill. -- A check on the well-being of a child Tuesday led to the arrest of a Fowler man on methamphetamine charges.

Robert J. Cramsey, 37, was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of meth, resisting arrest and driving while license suspended. According to a press release by the West Central Illinois Task Force, task force officers joined members of the Adams County Sheriff's Department and the Department of Children and Family Services to check on the well-being of a child in rural Adams County. Cramsey was taken to the Adams County Jail and held there pending his first court appearance.

A child who was in school at the time of the investigation was placed with a family member. The investigation is ongoing and police said additional arrests are pending.

According to the Adams County Circuit Clerk website, Cramsey is currently out on bond in a 2012 meth case. He has two previous felony meth convictions on his record.

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