St. Joseph Man Arrested After Drugs Delivered to Home
ST. JOSEPH -- A convicted drug felon has been arrested again, this time after authorities discovered a package containing drugs was delivered to his St. Wendel Township home.
The Central Minnesota Gang and Drug Task Force was alerted by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Police about the package containing a 1/2 lb. of cocaine and 1 oz. of methamphetamine.
The drugs have a wholesale value of $9,000 and a street re-sale value of up to $50,000.
Officers arranged for the delivery of the package and arrested 21-year-old Cory Eichers at the address. Officers then used a search warrant on the home at 32299 Terry Road and found a a safe with guns inside. When police learned Eichers, a convicted felon had the combination to the safe, the seven guns were confiscated.
Eichers is being held in the Stearns COunty Jail on $75,000 bail.