Elk Creek Man Charged With Providing Meth To Informant

TECUMSEH – A Johnson County judge has issued an arrest warrant for an Elk Creek man accused of dealing methamphetamine.

Court records say Johnson County sheriff’s deputies provided a confidential informant with $100 who gave it to Daniel Kahler Jr., 41, of Elk Creek in exchange for a gram of meth.

An arrest affidavit says Kahler went to Lincoln and called the informant when he returned with what he called “the four corners.”

Deputy County Attorney Benjamin Beethe filed charges on allegations of meth buys on Sept. 6 and Sept. 20.

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