Glenville meth defendant reportedly said: ‘You picked the wrong day’

Published 9:01 am Wednesday, November 24, 2010

A Glenville man and woman on Tuesday were charged in Freeborn County District Court with methamphetamine possession after authorities conducted a search warrant at their home over the weekend.

Dustin James Weber, 30, and Mindy Suzanne Seberson, 31, each face one count of fifth-degree meth possession. They were arrested Saturday after a search of their residence by the South Central Drug Investigative Unit, along with the assistance of the Freeborn County Sheriff’s Office, the Albert Lea Police Department and the Minnesota State Patrol.

Court documents state when authorities made their way into the residence and served the couple with the warrant, Weber reportedly responded, “You picked the wrong day,” and “You were only going to find a fifth-degree in the house.”

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Police reportedly seized the following items:

  • A light bulb that was screwed into a ceiling fan fixture that contained burned residence that tested positive for meth.
  • A glass pipe with burned residue.
  • Small baggies.
  • A digital scale in the top drawer of the southeast bedroom.
  • Four pills in a bottle with no label.
  • Pills from a safe.
  • Two cell phones.
  • A glass pipe with burned residue that was allegedly thrown out of the southeast bedroom window when police were first entering the house.
  • Documents in the names of Weber and Seberson.
  • Fourteen computer hard drives.
  • A video camera.

Weber was found in an upstairs bedroom, while Seberson was found in the kitchen with three children.

Fifth-degree possession carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.