Intercepted Package of Meth Leads To Arrest of Houston County Man
Houston, MN (KROC-AM News) - A rural Houston man faces a felony drug possession charge after he was arrested Wednesday.
Houston County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Brian Swedberg said that the sheriff's office along with the Southeast MN Violent Crime Enforcement Team received information on Tuesday from the Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Police that a UPS package containing approximately 4 pounds of suspected methamphetamine was intercepted. The package was addressed to 59-year-old Todd Lamore.
Wednesday, the Houston County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at Lamore’s residence where another half-pound of methamphetamine was found. Lamore was arrested at the time the search warrant was executed.
He was charged with Felony 1st Degree Possession of methamphetamine. The court set his bail at $100,000.