Iuka man’s arrest is fifth in meth conspiracy investigation

MARION COUNTY — The weekend arrest of a 21-year-old Iuka man brings to five the number of people arrested for providing a Carlyle man with a meth precursor.
Aaron Williams was arrested Sunday morning in Salem for allegedly providing pseudoephedrine to Kole Koehler.
Williams had been questioned in March about his involvement in providing Koehler with the pills.
Williams was formally charged Monday in Marion County Court with Class 2 felony possession of less than 15 grams of meth precursors and bail was set at $15,000.
Koehler is facing three charges of meth conspiracy pending for allegedly obtaining pseudoephedrine from three Salem brothers with the intent it would be used in the manufacture of meth. 
Two of those brothers, Christopher and Aaron Senn Jr., pleaded guilty last week to felony charges of possessing less than 15 grams of meth precursors.
Both men were sentenced to 2 years probation and were given credit for time served in jail since their arrests in March.