DECORAH, Iowa – A Howard County woman sentenced Monday is accused of another crime in northeast Iowa.
A warrant for 3rd degree burglary out of Winneshiek County has been served on 33-year-old Krista Lea Rose Reinsvold of Cresco. Authorities say she burglarized a trailer in the 2900 block of Highway 9 just southeast of Ridgeway. The crime allegedly occurred sometime during April 2017 and a warrant for Reinsvold’s arrest was issued in September 2017.
Reinsvold has already pleaded guilty to 2nd degree theft, 4th degree theft, possession of meth with intent to deliver, and failure to affix a drug tax stamp in Howard County. She was given 60 days in jail and two to five years of supervised probation for that on Monday.
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CRESCO, Iowa – A car full of drugs, blades, and a gun has landed a Howard County woman a jail sentence.
33-year-old Krista Lea Rose Reinsvold of Cresco was arrested in June 2017 after Cresco police searched an impounded vehicle belonging to her. Officers said they found 188.7 grams of methamphetamine, a small amount of marijuana, along with a .22 caliber rifle and five swords and knives that were all reported stolen in Wisconsin.
According to court documents, Reinsvold pleaded guilty to 2nd degree theft, 4th degree theft, possession of meth with intent to deliver, and failure to affix a drug tax stamp. On Monday, she was given 60 days in the Howard County Jail and two to five years of supervised probation.
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