MAHNOMEN — A Bemidji man and a Bagley woman are in custody after a stolen vehicle containing meth, cash, stolen firearms and counterfeit currency was stopped near Mahnomen on Thursday, July 25.
Mahnomen County Sheriff Josh Guenther said in a release that Jeremy James Krumrey, 26, of Bemidji, and Angle Marie Deane, 19, of Bagley, were arrested and will appear in court Monday, July 29.
The 2019 Dodge Challenger they were in was stolen from Minneapolis, the sheriff said. They were stopped a few miles east of Mahnomen on state Highway 200 after a traffic complaint was received.
Deputies said they found two stolen firearms, a large sum of cash, counterfeit currency and 75 grams of meth.
The pair was arrested on charges of first degree controlled substance, receiving stolen property, possession of counterfeit currency, false name and date of birth and felon in possession of a firearm.
The two also had outstanding warrants for their arrest, the sheriff said.