Duo caught with meth and heroin

Greg Marsten | Staff writer
Attempt to conceal leads to search
CENTURIA – A traffic stop on a suspicious vehicle on the evening of Wednesday, March 4, led to the arrest of a local couple for allegedly possession of methamphetamine, heroin and paraphernalia.
According to the probable cause report filed by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, the stop led to the arrest of Robert Oswald, 28, Shakopee, and Christina Schroedl, 37, Centuria.
The two passengers appeared to attempt conceal the drugs as they were interviewed, and both were taken out of the car, and the drugs were discovered on the floor, on the seat and in a handbag.
Schroedl was later charged with two felony drug possession charges, both as a repeater, and also with drug paraphernalia possession. She is slated to have a preliminary hearing in court shortly after press time on March 11 and is currently being held on a $500 cash bond.
Robert Oswald was also charged with felony possession of narcotics and meth, as well as similar paraphernalia possession. He is being held on a $1,500 signature bond, also with a court appearance on March 11.

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