ROCHESTER, Minn. (FOX 47) – Police conducted a search warrant where they found meth, ammunition and stolen mail inside a shed.
Nicholas Hanson, 34, and Kaylin Polk, 23, were both arrested after a warrant was conducted around 7:15 a.m. Thursday.
The Southeast Minnesota Violent Crimes Task Force assisted in the search.
Officials found two grams of meth, ammunition and mail addressed to Maier Tree and Lawn Service.
It was all found inside a shed on the property of Hanson’s parents. According to police, the two suspects live in the shed.
Hanson faces felony charges for possession of the ammo since he is marked as a “prohibited person.” Polk faces felony mail theft charges.
Both of them face charges of fifth degree controlled substance crime.