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PCSO News Release

Media Contact:
Eleazer, Carrie

Public Information Officer 
News Date: 7/31/2015 

 PCSO Deputies Arrest Three in Davenport for Armed Trafficking in Cocaine and Other Charges 


On Thursday, July 30, 2015, PCSO deputies served a search warrant at 418 Riggs Circle in Davenport and arrested three residents for a variety of drug related charges. 

According to the affidavits (see attached), during the search warrant, deputies seized the following:

  • Several baggies of cocaine packaged for sale
  • A digital scale with cocaine residue
  • A larger bag containing 135 grams of cocaine
  • Several empty baggies containing cocaine residue in the sink (recently emptied into the drain to destroy/conceal from law enforcement)
  • An AK-47 semi-automatic pistol 7.62 x 39 caliber with attached loaded magazine 
  • A 9 mm handgun
  • A trafficking amount of marijuana

The residents of the home were arrested and charged as follows: 

45-year-old Felix Millan

  • Armed Trafficking in Cocaine (Felony Life)
  • Possession of Weapon by Convicted Felon (F-2)
  • Maintaining Dwelling for Manufacturing Drugs (F-1)
  • Tampering With Evidence (F-3)
  • Possession of Marijuana (M-1)
  • Possession of Paraphernalia (M-1)

38-year-old Yvette Noedel

  • Maintaining Dwelling for Manufacturing Drugs (F-1)
  • Possession of Cocaine (F-3)
  • Possession of Marijuana (M-1)
  • Possession of Paraphernalia (M-1)

18-year-old Samantha Rivera

  • Possession of Marijuana (M-1)
  • Possession of Paraphernalia (M-1)· 

Millan told detectives he sells cocaine because he doesn't make enough money in the barbershop to get by and pay for the things his kids want. He admitted to trying to get rid of some of the cocaine down the sink before the deputies came inside. He told detectives the cocaine and firearms belonged to him. Millan was arrested and convicted in Arizona for attempting to transport more than 100 pounds of marijuana on Southwest Airlines. He served approximately 2.5 years in prison. He told detectives he is the son of Major League Baseball All-Star Felix Millan, who retired from the New York Mets.  

Yvette told detectives she has been in a relationship with Millan for approximately 12 years. She and Rivera live in the home with him. Yvette told detectives she receives $600 per month in government assistance. None of the three suspects have prior arrests in Polk County.