Cops: Auto Repair Boss Paid Employees in Crystal Meth
Drug agents busted an auto repair shop after getting complaint that employees were paid in methamphetamine.
Minnesota drug agents raided an auto repair shop after an employee complained that bonus pay was delivered in the form of crystal meth.
The Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force conducted a lengthy investigation of Clear Choice Auto Repair before Thursday's bust, according to a statement.
Jesse Michael Seifert, 40, allegedly watched as his girlfriend, Nancy Jean Loehlein, 39, distributed a haf-gram of meth to each employee at a Wednesday night company meeting, the statement said.
Authorities found syringes and a digital scale that tested positive for meth, the task force said.
Seifert was arrested on suspicion of driving with a cancelled license, the statement said, and is in custody. The investigation is ongoing and more charges are pending, officials said. No other details were released.
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