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Six arrested after heroin, meth seized from Minnesota home
By Forum News Service on Mar 1, 2016 at 6:14 p.m.

CASS LAKE, Minn. — Six people have been arrested after a search warrant was executed in Cass Lake and turned up heroin, methamphetamine, prescription pills, marijuana and handguns.

The bust came a day before there were four separate heroin overdose reports in Beltrami County, Bemidji and on the Leech Lake Indian Reservation, according to the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office.

A total of 82 grams of heroin, 19 grams of methamphetamine, 99 illegal prescription pills, a small amount of marijuana and two handguns were seized in last Friday’s raid said the Leech Lake Tribal Police Department, who conducted the search warrant along multiple agencies.

Multiple drug paraphernalia items and money was seized, as well.

A total of five people face charges after the search warrant. A sixth person was arrested on a probation violation at the scene, but faces no additional charges. All those arrested were arraigned in Cass County District Court in Walker on Monday.

Arrested in the search and the charges they face are:

Francis Dale Wind, 57, first- and second-degree possession of a controlled substance. Next court appearance is March 7.
Franklin Dale Cody Wind, 27, fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. Next appearance is March 14.
Robert Wayne Thunderhawk, 22, third-degree possession of a controlled substance. Next court appearance is March 10.
Tommi Sue Wind, 33, fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. She also was charged with two counts of being in possession of a legend drug. Legend drugs are those that a licensed practitioner can dispense. Her next court appearance is March 7.
Jenna Rae Oshie, 29, fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. Next court appearance is March 14.
A juvenile at the residence also was placed on a 72-hour protective hold, according to a department release.

Also assisting in the search were the Cass County Sheriff’s Office and its emergency response unit, the Pike Bay Police Department and the Paul Bunyan Task Force.

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