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Investigation Into Alleged Violation Of No-Contact Order Results In Multiple Arrests

Thu 8-2-2018

(Emmetsburg)-- An investigation Wednesday by authorities in Palo Alto county into a possible violation of a no-contact order resulted in the arrests of several people on multiple charges.

The Sheriff's Office says deputies were called around 8:30 am to a campsite at Kearney State Park in Emmetsburg.

Upon investigating they determined a man at the site, 51-year-old Duane Poage of Loveland, Colorado, was allegedly in violation of a no-contact order. While he was being taken into custody deputies noticed some drug paraphernalia in a tent. They then obtained and executed a search warrant on the tent. 

Poage was arrested and charged with two counts of violation of a no-contact order and possession of drug paraphernalia.

46-year-old Nicole Poage of Milford and 19-year-old Prescilla Origer of Estherville were also arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

28-year-old Paul Davis of May City was arrested and charged with violation of a no-contact order and possession of drug paraphernalia.

23-year-old Hunter Origer of Estherville was arrested on a valid Emmet county warrant for criminal mischief.

The Palo Alto County Sheriff's Office was assisted in the investigation by Emmetsburg police.