Dollina Mae Olson, 21, and Thomas Robert Klassen, 29, both of Little Falls, were charged July 24 in the Morrison County District Court, with one felony count of fifth degree possession of a controlled substance.
Law enforcement officers responded July 24 to a report that Klassen, who had a Department of Corrections warrant for his arrest, was asleep at a residence in Little Falls.
The officers found Klassen and Olson both asleep in the basement. Klassen was placed under arrest.
According to the criminal complaint, officers found two vials, both testing positive for methamphetamine, in the living area of the basement. They also found about eight glass pipes commonly associated with smoking methamphetamine, four water bongs, several containers of marijuana, a mirror with a white powdery substance on it and a razor blade, a digital scale and other drug paraphernalia.
Olson was also placed under arrest for possession of the methamphetamine.
If convicted, Klassen and Olson each face a maximum penalty of five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine.