K-9 Finds Drugs in Area School, 2 Students Charged
A search for drugs at a Northeast Iowa school has resulted in charges filed against two local teens.
The Fayette County Sheriff and Clayton County K-9 unit executed a search at Starmont School on Monday.
After the investigation, 18 year old Emily Von-Knibbe of Arlington was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was taken to the Fayette County jail, where her bond was set at $1,000. Von-Knibbe later posted bond and was released.
Another student, 17 year old Jade Stevens, was also found in possession of pot and paraphernalia. Stevens was referred to juvenile court services, then released to her mother.