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Storm Lake Police were called to the Walmart store Tuesday afternoon for a woman customer acting strangely.



Officers were told that the woman was flailing her arms and crawling around on her hands and knees in the store. As they arrived, the woman had made her way to a car in the parking lot of the store.

Officers found that Lynsey Huls, age 20 of Odebolt, was under the influence of methamphetamine and took her into custody. Police further allege they located in Huls’ vehicle approximately one ounce of methamphetamine which they said has a street value of $4,200, packaging materials, a scale, and other paraphernalia used in the sale of the drug.

Huls was transported to the police station for questioning and was subsequently charged with Possession With Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine, a felony, Failure to Affix a Drug Tax Stamp, Public Intoxication and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. She was booked into the Buena Vista County Jail on a $25,000 cash bond.

Based on information gathered during the investigation Storm Lake Police obtained a search warrant for a residence located at 600 West 6th Street in Odebolt. Storm Lake and Sac County officers entered the home at 11:30 p.m. There they seized a small amount of methamphetamine and additional drug paraphernalia. Officers said the residence had been wired with outdoor surveillance cameras.

Additional charges are pending as the investigation continues.



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