Man pleads guilty in meth-dealing case (Minnesota)
Man pleads guilty in meth-dealing case
One of five men arrested in August during a methamphetamine bust in Stillwater has pleaded guilty to a federal drug charge, according to court documents.
Felipe Alvarez-Quiroz, 28, pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis to conspiring to distribute and possessing to distribute methamphetamine. A sentencing date has not been set.
Federal drug agents arrested the men during an Aug. 28 raid at a Stillwater town house. Agents confiscated more than 7 pounds of methamphetamine and several weapons, including two assault rifles and an automatic pistol, according to a federal criminal complaint.
Authorities said the bust was one of the largest of its kind in Washington County.
A trial for the others has been set for Jan. 3.
— Nick Ferraro
Benefit planned for Teri Lee's children
A benefit luncheon and silent auction will be Nov. 18 at Hopkins High School in Minnetonka for the children of a West Lakeland Township woman who was shot and killed in September.
The event, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., also has kids activities.
Proceeds will go to help Teri Lee's four children, who are now being raised by their aunt and uncle, Vicki Seliger Swenson and Erik Swenson, in Minnetonka. They are Taylor, 12, Tyler, 10, Trevor, 8, and Tara, 6.
The Swensons also have three daughters of their own.
Lee and her boyfriend were killed Sept. 22 in her West Lakeland home. Her ex-boyfriend has been charged with murder.
Hopkins High School is at 2400 Lindbergh Drive in Minnetonka. To donate an item, service or money, contact Mary Slinde at 952-292-8520 or Kara Dahnke at 612-247-7748 or email@example.com.
— Alex Friedrich
Woodbury board applications sought
Applications will be accepted through Monday for 11 openings on Woodbury advisory boards and commissions.
The groups are Economic Development Authority, Economic Development Commission, Environmental Advisory Commission, Park and Recreation Commission and Planning Commission.
Citizens appointed to these groups serve as volunteers for three years, with the exception of Economic Development Authority appointees, who serve six-year terms.
Applications are available at www.ci.woodbury.mn.us.
The City Council will interview applicants Dec. 2, and new appointees will begin their terms in January.
— Nick Ferraro