Monticello father charged with drug paraphernalia
A Monticello man was charged Tuesday on a count of storing drug paraphernalia in front of children and two counts of first-degree drug possession, after drugs were found according to a complaint filed Monday in Wright County Court. Star Tribune
In Range, the business of Shea Pedersen, 32, was searched Thursday, along with his home in Monticello, the complaint said. Drugs and paraphernalia were found at the business, and trace amounts of drugs and explosives were found in the home. Monticello Times
The Minneapolis Bomb Squad was called in to destroy the explosives, and the drugs and drug paraphernalia, and 3 fire arms found in Pedersen's home were confiscated, the complaint said. Star Tribune
Jessica Pedersen, Shea Pedersen's wife, was also arrested and was charged with negligent storage of a firearm. Star Tribune The couple's children, ages 3,4, and 6, were placed in Wright County Human Services.