Man faces multiple charges for dealing methA Superior man facing eight felony counts of delivering methamphetamine made his initial appearance in Douglas County Circuit Court on Friday.
A Superior man facing eight felony counts of delivering methamphetamine made his initial appearance in Douglas County Circuit Court on Friday.
Ryan Douglas Lambert, 24, is accused of delivering meth during eight separate controlled buys monitored by Superior police in August.
The majority of the buys took place in the suspect’s Superior home on North 20th Street, according to the criminal complaint, with one taking place in the alley behind a convenience store and another at a different residence.
In total, the confidential informant working with police purchased 21.2 grams of meth from Lambert, according to the criminal complaint.
When police arrested the Superior man for an outstanding probation hold Dec. 19, they found two cell phones, two digital scales, 0.8 grams of meth and $1,440 in cash on him. He faces an additional felony charge of possession of methamphetamine.
The delivery charges carry a combined maximum penalty of 115 years and up to $300,000 in fines, if convicted.
Lambert remains in Douglas County Jail on a probation hold. A preliminary hearing is scheduled in February.