DAVENPORT, IA – On March 21, 2014, Kyle Joseph Boileau, age 27, was sentenced by United States District Judge Stephanie M. Rose to 48 months in prison for conspiracy to manufacture and distribute a mixture and substance containing methamphetamine, announced United States Attorney Nicholas A. Klinefeldt. Boileau was also ordered to serve three years of supervised release following the imprisonment and to pay $100 towards the Crime Victims Fund.
Beginning in during or about April 2012, and continuing until on or about December 5, 2012, Boileau conspired with others to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine in the Washington County, Iowa area. During this time period Boileau manufactured methamphetamine both for himself and several other persons. During this period other persons provided Boileau pseudoephedrine, or other materials necessary for methamphetamine manufacture, and he provided them a portion of the resultant methamphetamine he manufactured. On December 5, 2012, law enforcement approached a vehicle occupied by Boileau after it parked on the town square in Washington, Iowa. Boileau was in the process of manufacturing methamphetamine in the vehicle when it was approached. On that same date, police located a variety of items indicative of methamphetamine manufacture during a search of Boileau’s apartment residence in nearby Wayland, Iowa.
This case was investigated by the Washington-Louisa County Drug Task Force, the Iowa Department of Public Safety Division of Narcotics Enforcement, the Johnson County Drug Task Force, and the Muscatine County Drug Task Force. The case was prosecuted by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa.