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Impounded car nets plant food (05/05/2013)
By Chris Rogers

Winona Police officers arrested Chad William Treichel, 44, of Rochester, for fifth-degree possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a hypodermic needle. Police also ticketed Angela Marie Treichel, 40, of Rochester, for driving after revocation and no proof of insurance, at 3:06 a.m. on Wednesday, May 1. Officers stopped the Treichels’ vehicle at Highway 43 and Sugar Loaf Road after they noticed that the vehicle’s owner had a revoked license. Officers impounded the vehicle for lack of insurance and, during a subsequent search, discovered a container of a substance that tested positive for APVP (also known as “plant food”). After that discovery, officers arrested Chad Treichel for possession of the container — it was found under his seat — and during the arrest they found several narcotic smoking devices and hypodermic needles on Treichel’s person, according to the report. Police officials said some of the smoking devices contained residue they believed to be methamphetamine. 

 

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