Violent Offender Task Force Finds Meth, Cash, and Handgun During Pierz Arrests
PIERZ -- Three men have been arrested after authorities received information on the location of a person wanted on several warrants. The Central Minnesota Violent Offenders Task Force was looking for 35-year-old Robert Bartheld of Zimmerman.
On Tuesday Bartheld was found after authorities had begun watching a home in Pierz. Morrison County Sheriff's Deputies stopped a motorcycle leaving the home being watched, and arrested 31-year-old Keith Boser of Pierz, after he fled from police on foot during the traffic stop.
While officers were arresting Boser for no motorcycle endorsement and driving after revocation, a second vehicle left the home under watch and was stopped by deputies. Bartheld was found during the second traffic stop.
The driver of the second car, 33-year-old Daniel Miller of Otsego was arrested after authorities found 7 grams of meth, a handgun, scales and $3-thousand in cash in his car. Bartheld and miller were taken into custody and brought to Morrison County Jail.
Bartheld was booked for his warrants, which included receiving stolen property and 3rd degree burglary.
Miller was booked on 5th degree possession of a controlled substance.