Three people are facing drug possession charges following a search of a residence in Bradford Township in mid-June.
Blake Anthony Greeninger, 55, and Arthur Sedjwick Adriaens, 30, were charged with felony fifth-degree drug possession; and Jeannine Fern Duerr, 45, was charged with gross misdemeanor fifth-degree drug possession.
All three appeared before Judge James Dehn on June 16 in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge. Bail for Greeninger was set at $50,000 without conditions or $10,000 with conditions and his next court appearance for Aug. 3. Bail for Adriaens was set at $30,000 without conditions or $5,000 with conditions and his next court appearance for July 6. Duerr was released on her own recognizance with conditions, and her next court appearance is set for Aug. 3.
According to court records, Greeninger was convicted in Anoka County of felony third-degree drug possession in January 1993, felony second-degree drug possession in January 1993 and felony first-degree drug possession in September 2007.
According to court records, Adriaens was convicted of felony fifth-degree drug possession in Ramsey County in January 2013, in Isanti County in December 2013 and Sherburne County in June 2016.
The search took place June 15 in a residence along Quinn Drive Northwest after law enforcement arrived to arrest a female on an active warrant.
According to the criminal complaint:
At approximately 1:30 p.m., Isanti County law enforcement officers went to the residence to arrest a woman on an active felony warrant. Isanti County Investigator Rob Bowker drove by the residence a short time earlier and observed a female in the yard of the residence that matched the description of the female they were looking for.
As the officers approached the front of the residence, Adriaens and Greeninger exited the front door. As officers approached the rear of the residence, they observed Duerr inside the residence.
Pursuant to the arrest warrant, the officers entered the home and conducted a sweep in an attempt to locate the female wanted on the warrant.
Duerr admitted to consuming methamphetamine on June 14, but denied consuming methamphetamine while at the residence. Greeninger said he was on probation in Anoka County and admitted to consuming methamphetamine within the past two days.
During the sweep of the residence, officers observed firearms and drug paraphernalia commonly used to consume methamphetamine. Accordingly, the officers secured the residence, and Bowker obtained a search warrant.
In addition to recovering a number of confirmed stolen firearms, the officers recovered two glass bubble pipes containing residue from the master bedroom where Duerr was sleeping that tested positive for methamphetamine. A glass pipe containing residue was located in the living room of the residence where Adriaens and Greeninger were located when the officers arrived. The pipe also tested positive for methamphetamine.