Wyoming Authorities Recover Estimated $80,000 Worth of Drugs in Jackson Apartment
A large amount of drugs and cash were reportedly recovered Monday afternoon as detectives and deputies of the Teton County Sheriff's Office served a search warrant at a Jackson apartment complex.
The warrant was issued as part of an ongoing drug investigation, according to a news release from the Teton County Sheriff's Office.
Preliminary numbers show authorities allegedly recovered 215 syringes loaded with cannabis oil, 196 grams of LSD-infused gummy candy, 223 doses of MDMA, 388 grams of MDMA tablets, 398 grams of MDMA, 4.6 grams of liquid LSD, 46 grams of THC wax -- commonly referred to as "shatter" -- and $4,100 in cash.
All told, authorities estimate the street value of the drugs seized at $80,000.
The two people living in the apartment were not home when deputies and detectives arrived. The Teton County Sheriff's Office says they were found and arrested a short time later.
Sheldon Bo Berglund, 23, and Doina Seiciuc-Berglund, 28, each face a number of felony charges including possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute.
Charging documents for the pair were not immediately available.