Jordan Feyen , a 21-year-old Amery man was charged with possession of multiple types of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and with intent to distribute, after being found passed out in his vehicle in the New Richmond Middle School parking lot.
According to the criminal complaint, officers responded to a report of a man passed out in the New Richmond Middle School parking lot at 3:54 p.m. Oct. 16th. The officers were able to awaken Feyen, but he did not appear to be fully alert.
EMS arrived and an EMS member reported to police that Feyen was very nervous and kept asking what the officers were doing. EMS did not find anything life threatening and Feyen was released.
The officers smelled marijuana from the vehicle and found a THC vaporizer pen in a cup holder. After confirming it was a THC pen with Feyen, he said the officers could search his vehicle, but that there was nothing else in it. During the search, the officers found a backpack with clear unused plastic bags, several plastic bags with pills, one with tinfoil, one with a large clump of white powdery substance and a digital scale. When asked what was in the plastic bags Feyen said, “cocaine and acid.” Feyen was then placed under arrest.
Feyen’s work supervisor from Jimmy John’s sandwiches was at the scene after she was concerned that he had been gone for so long. When officers asked the supervisor if Feyen would have any cash from Jimmy John’s for the delivery, she said that sometimes they give their drivers 20 dollars to make change, but today they had not done so. She told police it was Feyen’s first sandwich delivery of the day.
Feyen is facing one count of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver near a school; one count of possession of LSD with intent to deliver; possession of schedule four drugs with intent to deliver; possession of THC. Along with said drugs, police officers discovered almost $1,300 in his possession.
Feyen’s bond is $2,500 and an arraignment hearing is set for Nov. 16, according to court records.