As the title states a friend, who I have known for about 10 years is in serious legal trouble, and she deserves it. I am pretty upset with her right now because she had made so much progress in getting clean, and staying that way. That is untill she met this loser. I did not like him the time I met him. I just hope the prison time she will get will help her put her life in order. She has hurt her family and true friends a lot because of this. http://www.sctimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070123/NEWS01/101220079/1009 Police arrest 2 in meth case By David Unze email@example.com Published: January 23. 2007 12:30AM - Last updated: January 23. 2007 12:41AM Two St. Cloud-area residents are jailed in Stearns County after an arrest of what investigators are calling a significant methamphetamine distributor. Sheriff’s departments from Stearns, Crow Wing and Morrison counties spent about a month investigating and conducting controlled buys of meth that led to the arrest of Allen Arthur Hensley, 26. He is charged with two counts of first-degree controlled substance crime and one count of second-degree controlled substance crime and is being held on $100,000 bail. A search after his arrest last week brought the total meth collected to about 3.5 ounces, which is worth about $15,000. “He’s believed to be a significant distributor in the St. Cloud area,” said Sgt. Dave McLaughlin of the Central Minnesota Drug and Gang Task Force. Investigators suspected that Hensley had been selling meth from an area motel, and in that motel parking lot they stopped a vehicle Hensley was in on Jan. 16. Inside the vehicle was about 60 grams of meth, McLaughlin said. Investigators then got a search warrant and searched Hensley’s motel room, where they found about 10 more grams of meth and Misty Eve Aronson, 25, according to McLaughlin. Aronson is charged with one count of third-degree controlled substance crime and likely will face more charges for her involvement in several controlled buys done during the investigation, McLaughlin said. “Our multi-jurisdictional approach to drug enforcement is necessary and will continue so long as drug dealers exist and traffic their illegal drugs across county lines,” said Morrison County Sheriff Michel Wetzel.