WAVERLY – A wanted Minnesota man and a woman allegedly tried to deal meth in Waverly but cops thwarted their business.
On June 28, 2021, the Waverly Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver, later identified as 40-year-old Jacob Storlein of New Hope, Minnesota, could not produce a valid license so a records check was conducted. Storlein was determined to have a revoked license out of Minnesota and also a warrant out of Wisconsin.
Upon further investigation, Storlein was arrested for Possession with Intent to Deliver – 5 grams of meth or more (Class B Felony), Keeping a Drug Vehicle (Aggravated Misdemeanor), Possession of a Fictitious License or ID card (Serious Misdemeanor), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Simple Misdemeanor), and No Valid License. A passenger, Ashley Gald of Saint Paul, Minnesota, was arrested for Possession with Intent to Deliver – 5 grams of meth or more (Class B Felony) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Simple Misdemeanor).
Storlein and Gald were booked into the Bremer County Jail where they were held to appear before the duty magistrate. The Waverly Police Department was assisted by the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office.