The owner of an auto body shop in Minnesota allegedly rewarded employees with methamphetamine as a bonus.
The Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force, a multi-jurisdictional unit operated by many local sheriff’s offices and police departments, raided Clear Choice Auto Body Repair on Wednesday after an employee notified authorities, according to a Fox 9 report. That night, employees allegedly got one-half gram of meth during a staff meeting. Authorities say owner Jesse Michael Seifer, 40, and his girlfriend Nancy Jean Loehlein, 39, seem to be responsible.
Well, you can’t say they aren’t generous.
Investigators claim they discovered syringes and a digital scale on the site. These allegedly tested positive for meth residue. The investigation is ongoing, and charges are pending.
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