ALBERT LEA, Minn. (KTTC) -- Two people with ties to Albert Lea are facing federal charges for distributing about 60 pounds of meth.
The Albert Lea Tribune reports Naomi Ellingson and Michael Grove are accused of conspiring to distribute meth from November, 2011 through February of this year.
The meth distribution allegedly took place in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa.
Ellingson and Grove are due in court on Monday, July 15th.
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