Alexandria woman arrested in meth investigation
Alexandria police arrested a woman during a methamphetamine investigation Friday.
The police department received information from two confidential informants that they had witnessed methamphetamine paraphernalia at the residence of Melissa Quinn at 306 Unumb Court in Alexandria, according to Police Chief Rick Wyffels. He added that an informant told agents that there was a lot of meth being trafficked out of Quinn's residence.
Based on that information, detectives obtained a search warrant for that residence and it was executed during the afternoon hours of July 11. During a search of the residence, Quinn, along with two other males were located inside the residence. Police also found approximately four grams of methamphetamine, $2,500 in currency, along with a large amount of methamphetamine/marijuana paraphernalia and packaging equipment, according to Wyffels.
Quinn was taken into custody and is being held at the Douglas County Jail pending a court appearance. Formal charges will be filed with the court early next week.
The police department was assisted by the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, the West Central Minnesota Drug Task Force and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal of Apprehension.