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10 pounds of meth discovered after being delivered to wrong address, charges say

ELK RIVER, Minn. -- Two people face multiple felony counts after 10 pounds of meth that was supposed to be delivered to them ended up at the wrong address, according to recently filed charges.Last weekend, investigators were tipped off by a concerned citizen. The person brought a box to authorities, saying it had been delivered to them incorrectly. They'd opened it without taking note of the name on the box, and found that there was what they believed to be controlled substances packed inside.The contents of the box were determined to be large rocks of meth, weighing in excess of...
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Minnesota duo charged after 10-pound meth package sent to wrong address

An Elk River woman and an Osseo man have been charged following an investigation that led to the discovery of over 10 pounds of methamphetamine. Court documents state 28-year-old Jessica M. Geraghty, of Elk River, and 24-year-old Ricardo Juaregui, of Osseo, face first-degree possession of controlled substance charges. They also face first-degree possession of 50 grams or more of the controlled substance.
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Officials: 2 people arrested after 10 pounds of meth sent to wrong address in Minnesota

ELK RIVER, Minn. — Two people have been arrested after about 10 pounds of meth were sent to the wrong address in Minnesota, officials say. According to the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office in a news release, two people were arrested at the end of June after deputies learned that 10 pounds of meth were mailed to a home in the Elk River area. SCSO said a woman took “possession of the package.”

Sherburne county law enforcement arrests lead to seizure of 10 pounds of meth

ELK RIVER - Jessica M. Geraghty, 28, of Elk River and Ricardo Juaregui, 24, of Osseo have been charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance by Sherburne County law enforcement. Elk River police and Sherburne County’s Drug Task Force coordinated an investigation that resulted inthe two arrests and the "removing 10 pounds of meth from the street," according to Sheriff Joel Brott in a news release. ...

UPDATE: Garbage Truck Strikes Bridge That Crosses Highway 23

ST. CLOUD -- St. Cloud police responded to a crash on Highway 23 Thursday afternoon. The incident happened just before 1:30 p.m. at the train bridge that crosses Highway 23, just east of Wilson Avenue. Authorities say a garbage truck had not lowered its rear assembly and struck the bridge...

Becker Township - Notice of Public Hearing

Notice is hereby given that the Becker Township Planning Commission will hold its regular meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, July 11, 2022 at Becker Town Hall, 12165 Hancock Street. The Planning Commission will hold the following public hearing:. 7:01 p.m. Xcel Energy, applicant, and Ewing Properties, LLC, owner. Xcel...

Two Drivers Injured in Wright County Crash

Two drivers were injured in a two-vehicle crash north of Delano Tuesday afternoon. The State Patrol says 26-year-old Matthew Hendrickson of Cokato and 51-year-old Tamara Schaust of Delano were taken to HCMC in Minneapolis for treatment. The Patrol says Schaust suffered life-threatening injuries. Hendrickson suffered non-life threatening injuries. The crash...

Senator Howe Talks About New THC Law in Minnesota

ROCKVILLE -- A new law in effect Friday in Minnesota allows people 21 and older to buy edibles and beverages that contain a limited amount of THC, the ingredient in marijuana that creates a high. Republican State Senator Jeff Howe of Rockville says he voted for the bill because the...

An Award Winning Buffet Just About an Hour from St. Cloud

Variety is the name of the game if you have a large family, like a lot of people do from the Midwest. It can be so difficult to find something for everyone if you are trying to rally people together for a place to eat, and everyone can agree. You usually will have some people wanting one thing, others wanting another, people can't agree, it's like herding cats.

Superintendent Spotlight: With appreciation, farewell

It has been my pleasure to serve as the Superintendent of District 742 for the last nine years. The greater St. Cloud community has been supportive of me, and more importantly, our students, staff and families during this time. Fulfilling our mission to engage, inspire, educate, prepare and empower each of our students is only possible through the partnership and support of an entire community. You’ve been there for us each step of the way. As my tenure closes, I want to take this opportunity to express my gratitude.