March 5, 2010 in City

Man sought in drug case

The Spokesman-Review
 

The former roommate of a man charged with robbing two pharmacies for OxyContin last fall is accused of selling the drug but hasn’t been located by police.

Dalen J. McMillon, 27, is wanted on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance for alleged transactions with a confidential informant on Sept. 8 and Sept. 10. McMillon was with Aaron M. Weyrauch, 28, and Dustin J. Rockstrom, 27, when officers arrested them Sept. 15 on robbery charges for OxyContin heists Aug. 24 at the Shopko at 4515 S. Regal St., and Sept. 5 at the Rite Aid across the street, 4514 S. Regal St.

Police found a wig thought to have been worn by Rockstrom in the robberies in an apartment McMillon and Weyrauch shared at 903 S. Adams St., according to court documents.

Weyrauch is in jail; Rockstrom is out on $30,000 bond. Charges were filed against McMillon on Jan. 28; Crime Stoppers offered a reward for his capture on Monday.

Anyone with information on his location is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS, or submit tips online.


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