A 35-year-old man currently being held in the Blue Earth County Jail is facing a long list of charges after he was found hiding from police in a rural home; Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force Commander Jeff Wersal says several warrants had been issued for the arrest of Levone Adams.
After a tip was called in, Wersal says Adams was found sleeping on a couch in the downstairs living room of the home and taken into custody without incident.
At the time of the arrest, Wersal says Adams was in possession of three pills that field tested positive for MDMA; a bag of marijuana and a .22 caliber cartridge were also found nearby. Adams is a convicted felon and a predatory offender and is required to register under the predatory offender registration statute, and Wersal says he is prohibited from possessing a firearm or ammunition.
The criminal complaint shows that additional search uncovered cocaine, crack, synthetic marijuana, more ammunition, a pistol, a digital scale, and other items generally used in drug sales.
Preliminary charges include drug sales and possession, two counts related to being a felon in possession of a gun, and failing to keep his information on the sex offender registry up to date.