Two men were accused of possessing methamphetamine at a rural Le Sueur County home.

Mitchell Joseph Wenker, 39, of Montgomery, and Jayden Allen Hastings, 22, of Le Center, were both charged with a felony fifth-degree controlled substance crime.

According to the criminal complaint, an agent with the Cannon River Drug and Violent Offender Task Force drafted a search warrant to apprehend Wenker at a rural Le Sueur County address.

Agents searched the multi-story home and arrested Wenker and Hastings. They allegedly found a clear zip bag of a white crystalline substance on Wenker’s person.

In a bedroom, Wenker and another individual exited, agents reportedly found a broken glass pipe and three baggies with meth residue.

In the room Hastings and a juvenile were observed exiting from, law enforcement reported 0.48 grams of methamphetamine and a glass pipe and baggie with meth residue.

Hastings allegedly denied knowledge of the methamphetamine, but indicated he would fail a urine test.

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