Two Cyrus residents charged with meth crimes
Two Cyrus residents have been charged with controlled substance crimes after investigators arrested them for methamphetamine possession last week, according to the Pope County Sheriff's Office.
Kellie Ann Wolff, 28, of Cyrus, and David Brian Brustuen, 39, of Cyrus, were arrested June 9.
Wolff faces a charge for second-degree controlled substance crimes and Brustuen is charged with fifth-degree controlled substance crimes.
The case remains under investigation, and the Pope County Sheriff's Office stated that more charges are possible.
Wolff was released June 11 after posting $2,000 cash bail. Brustuen is in custody in Todd County and is being held on a $10,000 bond.
On June 9, the Stevens County Sheriff's Office arrested Wolff in Morris for a controlled substance crime, and the arrest was followed by a search of Wolff's residence in Cyrus. Pope County, the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the West Central Minnesota Narcotics Task Force executed the search warrant.
At the residence, officers located methamphetamine, packaging equipment and a scale. Brustuen was arrested at the scene.
Conviction of second-degree controlled substance crimes can carry penalties of not more than 25 years in prison and/or a fine of not more than $500,000.
Conviction of fifth-degree controlled substance crimes can carry penalties of not more than five years in prison and/or a fine of not more than $10,000.
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