According to the criminal complaint, Isanti County Deputy Jonathan Vander Vegt was on foot in the area of Naples Street Northeast attempting to arrest Larson pursuant to an arrest warrant at her residence. Larson was arrested and handcuffed, and Vander Vegt began a search. Inside Larson’s purse, Vander Vegt found a bag of methamphetamine that later field-tested positive and weighed 1 gram. He also found a small meth pipe in her purse, and another larger meth pipe inside her coat pocket. • Donald Matthew Rousseau Jr., 27, Stacy, was charged July 5 before Judge Amy Brosnahan in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge with gross misdemeanor fifth-degree drug possession and misdemeanor driving with a revoked license. Bail was set at $5,000 without conditions or $1,000 with conditions and next court appearance for July 20.
According to the criminal complaint, on July 2, Isanti County Deputy Alex Schlangen was on patrol on Lyons Street at 11:55 p.m. when he saw Rousseau’s vehicle that had no taillights and performed a traffic stop. A check of Rousseau’s driving record showed his license was revoked. Schlangen noticed a glass pipe in the center console. Schlangen then secured Rousseau in the back of his squad and returned to retrieve the glass pipe. Inside the center console was the glass pipe he noticed as well as another pipe that appeared to be broken as well as a bag with residue. The intact glass pipe and the bag field-tested positive for methamphetamine.
• Ashley Marie Quinn, 28, Isanti, was charged July 6 before Judge Amy Brosnahan in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge with gross misdemeanor fifth-degree drug possession and misdemeanors driving with a revoked license and not carrying proof of insurance when operating a motor vehicle. Her bail was set at $5,000 without conditions or $1,000 with conditions and next court appearance for July 20.
According to the criminal complaint, on July 4, at 9:05 a.m., Isanti County Deputy John McCarty was on patrol at the intersection of Highway 47 and 253rd Avenue Northeast. McCarty observed a vehicle that did not have front or rear plates or a 21-day temporary permit. McCarty then performed a traffic stop on the vehicle.
McCarty asked Quinn for her driver’s license and proof of insurance. While attempting to look for these items, McCarty observed a glass pipe with burnt residue on the front floor of the driver’s side of the vehicle. Quinn was able to locate her driver’s license but she was not able to provide proof of insurance. McCarty determined Quinn’s license was revoked and she had an active warrant out of Anoka County. Quinn was placed under arrest. Inside the vehicle McCarty seized the glass pipe in plain view as well as another pipe that was located in a small pouch. Also inside the pouch were several small plastic bags which contained a white substance. The glass pipe underneath the driver field-tested positive for methamphetamine.
• Isanti County Sheriff Chris Caulk reported the weekend was busy countywide from 6 p.m. Friday, July 7 to 6 a.m. Monday, July 10, with 665 calls for service.
Isanti County: 342 calls.
Isanti Police: 113 calls.
Cambridge Police: 113 calls.
Braham Police: 97 calls.