Crosby man arrested after meth, firearms seized
CROSBY - A 52-year-old man was arrested Thursday after officers found methamphetamine and firearms in a Crosby house, the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office reported.
The Lakes Area Drug Investigative Division executed a search warrant during the early morning hours Thursday at a house on the 600 block of Michigan Ave., Crosby.
According to the sheriff's department report, officers found and seized methamphetamine, six firearms and more than $14,000 in cash.
The Crosby resident was arrested for multiple charges including first degree sale of a controlled substance and second degree sale of controlled substance. Additional arrests are anticipated in the case, officials said.
"This case is the result of long hours of investigation by several law enforcement agencies and officers. It's good to see everything come together in cases like this which results in getting known drug dealers off of our streets. Our aggressive approach on drug enforcement will continue," said Crow Wing County Sheriff Todd Dahl.
Assisting the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office was the Crow Wing County Tactical Response Team, Crosby Police Department, Brainerd Police Department and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.