NORTHWOOD, Iowa – A Minnesota man is in jail for drug charges after a North Iowa traffic stop.
The Worth county Sheriff’s Office says it pulled over an SUV at around 1:15 am Saturday near the intersection of Highway 105 and Nettle Avenue, west of Northwood, for failure to dim its headlights. The deputy says a passenger in the vehicle gave a false name and then observed what appeared to be a drug pipe on the floor of the passenger seat.
The Sheriff’s Office says a search of the vehicle found about 3 grams of a substance that is consistent with methamphetamine next to a wallet containing the ID of Trenton Anderson, 40 of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.
Trenton was arrested for drug possession-3rd or subsequent offense and possession of drug paraphernalia. He’s also being held for warrants issued out of Mower County, MN, and Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
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