Multiple drug charges for Luck woman

Greg Marsten | Staff writer
Danielle Steffen
LUCK – A months long investigation into methamphetamine dealing has yielded some true results, as a woman referred to as “One of the main dealers” was identified as Danielle Steffen, 37, Luck, who was one of the subjects of the investigation.
She was found at a local motel, and law enforcement executed a “no knock” search warrant on Wednesday, April 15, after an ongoing surveillance review included a lengthy list of a number of possible drug sales transactions.
When executed, the search discovered a number of “techniques” Steffen was using to coordinate her sales, including through text messages.
The search of her residence yielded a number of drug-related items, including several gem bags of methamphetamine, totaling nearly 5 grams. Also discovered were several items related to distribution, from baggies to a digital scale and paraphernalia.
Steffen was already on bond release for several pending felony counts related to meth possession and distribution. She was subsequently charged her with four felony counts, including possession of meth, as well as maintaining a drug trafficking place and two charges of felony bond jumping. She was also charged with misdemeanor paraphernalia possession.
Steffen appeared in court on April 17, where Judge Jeffery Anderson set a $5,000 cash bond, with her preliminary hearing slated for April 24, where he will decide if there is enough evidence to move the case ahead to trial.

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