Missoula, MT (KGVO-AM News) - On April 3, 2024, law enforcement officers served an extrajudicial arrest warrant on 41-year-old Curtis Alexander. Alexander was taken into custody in the 5900 block of Frog Creek Rd. in Missoula, Montana.  

Following transport to the Missoula County Detention Center, a Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Corporal searched Alexander’s person and retrieved a small bindle containing a crystalline substance from his front right side coin pocket. Based on his training and experience, a MCSO deputy identified the substance as likely being methamphetamine.  

The deputy read Alexander his Miranda rights. Alexander stated that he understood the advisory. When asked what the substance was, Alexander stated that the pants he was wearing did not belong to him. According to court documents, Alexander stated that he was a “meth” user and would likely be withdrawing from substances and alcohol while in jail.  

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The deputy weighted the substance along with the bindle at a combined weight of .6 grams. Using the AceID instrument, the substance was determined to be presumptively positive as “methamphetamine.” 

On April 4, 2024, Alexander made his initial appearance in the Missoula Justice Court. He is currently being charged with felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs. According to the jail roster, Alexander’s bond was set at $100,000 for the jurisdictional warrant.  

The information in this article was obtained from sources that are publicly viewable. 

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