Two charged with possession and obstructing legal process

William Lee Blake, 32, Little Falls, was charged Oct. 24 in Morrison County District Court with one felony count of fifth degree possession of a controlled substance and one gross misdemeanor count of obstructing legal process with force. Dollina May Olson, 21, Little Falls, was charged Oct. 24 with fifth degree possession of a controlled substance.

While in the area of Northeast Little Falls, a Morrison County Sheriff’s deputy heard yelling and screaming coming from a residence. He called for backup, went to the residence and met with the owner.

The owner said her daughter, Olson, and Blake were upstairs fighting. The officers made contact with Blake and Olson in their bedroom and it appeared as if they had been in a physical confrontation.

An alleged bulge in Blake’s front pocket prompted an officer to pat search to ensure Blake did not have a weapon. According to the criminal complaint, Blake started to struggle, was helped to the floor and was told he was under arrest. Blake was subdued by a taser after he continued to resist arrest. A glass pipe was removed from Blake’s pocket which allegedly field-tested positive for methamphetamine.

In the  bedroom, deputies located several empty baggies which tested positive for methamphetamine, a black digital scale and other drug paraphernalia. Another baggie containing a white powdery substance which field-tested positive for methamphetamine weighed 1.64 grams.

If convicted, both Blake and Olson face a maximum penalty of five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine.