Casey Frederiksen Facing More Time for Drug Charges
CEDAR RAPIDS - A Floyd man already in federal prison for having child pornography is going to spend even more time behind bars.
A judge sentenced Casey Frederiksen to ten more years in prison, this time for drug charges.
In a plea agreement, Frederiksen admitted in 2004 and 2005 he repeatedly got meth in exchange for stolen pseudoephedrine pills. Frederiksen admits he provided those stolen pseudoephedrine to meth makers.
Frederiksen was questioned about the Evelyn Miller murder four years ago. He was engaged to Evelyn Miller's mother and was watching the five-year-old girl when she disappeared from their apartment in Floyd in July 2005. Her body was found along the Cedar River several days later. No one has been arrested for her murder.
However, the 14-year sentence Frederiksen is currently serving is not connected to the Evelyn Miller murder investigation. During the search for the missing girl investigators found child porn images on Frederiksen's computer. And that discovery led to the federal child porn case.
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