ROCHESTER, Minn. – Controlled methamphetamine buys have led to the arrest of a Rochester woman.
Schiann Towle, 41, is facing a charge for first-degree sales of methamphetamine after she allegedly sold a more than an ounce of meth during the controlled buys.
She was arrested Tuesday as part of a Criminal Interdiction Unit investigation that began more than a month ago.
More arrests are possible in relation to the investigation.
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