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Man accused of manufacturing toy gun into real one arrested for meth

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By Ryan Storz By Ryan Storz

GRANITE CITY, Ill. (KMOV) -- A man alleged to have turned a toy gun into a real one was arrested Friday on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and possessing methamphetamine materials.

Ronald Stillwell, 36, allegedly turned a a toy pistol into a .22 caliber revolver. It was confiscated by Granite City Police on Dec. 3 and Stillwell is being charged.

Stillwell was to appear in court Friday, but was arrested on drug charges. While in custody, Stillwell had a medical issue, so he was reportedly released to a hospital. He was found at the residence of a co-defendant, Valentine E. Arriaga, 35, in the 1700 block of Chestnut in Granite City. Police went to the home and found Stillwell along with the meth materials.

Stillwell has a lengthy criminal history. He has been sentenced to prison on nine different occasions. 

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