CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KWWL) — Two more people tied to the Chris Bagley case are facing charges, after law enforcement raided the homes they were living at.
29-year-old Ryan Gebhart is facing possession of a controlled substance after the Linn County Sheriff’s Department found him in possession of marijuana at a home at 1051 Daniels Street NE.
According to a criminal complaint, investigators found the drugs, during a consensual search of the home. Investigators eventually obtained a search warrant to search the home, after Gebhart allegedly became agitated and stopped cooperating with the officers.
Gebhart was allegedly found in possession of THC vape cartridges, molds to make THC gummies.
According to a search warrant, Gebhart was present when D.E.A. agents raided the business of Andy Shaw at 1190 Captiol Drive SW, for an ongoing narcotics investigation.
Gebhart allegedly told officers he was hold THC cartridges at his home on Daniels Street, where Shaw was paying his rent.
36-year-old Corissa Marti is also facing controlled substance charges for allegedly being found in possession of methamphetamine during a raid of her apartment.
According to a criminal complaint, the Linn County Sheriff’s department searched her home at 1127 Crestview Drive SE on January 24th.
According to a search warrant, Marti allegedly told investigators she got the drugs from a man named Paul Hoff, who investigators named as her boyfriend. Documents also revealed Marti was allegedly at Hoff trailer home on December 14th, which was the last time Chris Bagley was seen alive.