A traffic stop in north Iowa has resulted in the arrest of a Minnesota man and woman on drug charges.
The Waverly Police Department says they pulled over the vehicle for a traffic violation on Monday, June 28th. The driver, 40-year-old Jacob Storlein of New Hope, Minnesota could not produce a valid license and a records check determined Storlein’s license was revoked in Minnesota. He was also wanted on a Wisconsin warrant.
Upon further investigation and search of his vehicle, Storlein was arrested for possession with intent to deliver five grams of meth or more, a Class B felony, keeping a drug vehicle, an aggravated misdemeanor, possession of a fictitious license or ID card, a serious misdemeanor, possession of drug paraphernalia, a simple misdemeanor, and no valid license.
Authorities also arrested a passenger, 22-year-old Ashley Gald of Saint Paul, Minnesota for possession with intent to deliver five grams of meth or more, a Class B felony, and possession of drug paraphernalia, a simple misdemeanor.
The Bremer County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the incident and Storlein and Gald were booked into the Bremer County Jail.