She was arrested Friday after police executed a search warrant on her vehicle and found the pills hidden throughout the vehicle in unmarked prescription bottles and in prescription bottles belonging to other people. Police found 33 different medications with 30 of them requiring prescriptions and 19 of them designated as scheduled controlled substances. Among the drugs found were oxycodone and hydrocodone, both of which are opioid pain medications.
Lundgren faces 23 counts of unlawful possession of a prescription drug, eight counts of failure to affix a drug tax stamp, four counts of second-degree burglary and single counts of attempted second-degree burglary and possession of stolen property.
Police arrested a 17-year-old Storm Lake girl for third-degree harassment, and identified Bowman as a second suspect. According to court documents, Bowman sent the 15-year-old a message that she was going to "pop a bullet" in her.
Officers executed a search warrant at a Sioux City home last week and found 2.1 pounds of cocaine, 11.7 pounds of methamphetamine, 20 grams of heroin or fentanyl, two loaded handguns, a shotgun and $15,000-$20,000 in cash.
According to an indictment, the man was in possession of 500 grams or more of methamphetamine, 280 grams or more of cocaine and an unspecified amount of heroin. He also had two 9mm handguns. The complaint said $15,000-$20,000 in cash also was found.
Police say the alleged victim underwent a forensic investigation at the MercyOne Child Advocacy Center, and investigators believe that the 31-year-old sexually assaulted the girl numerous times in 2016 and 2017, when she was 6 years old.
Police found 33 different medications hidden in the woman's vehicle, 30 of which require prescriptions and 19 of which are designated as scheduled controlled substances. Among the drugs found were oxycodone and hydrocodone.
Prosecutors say the woman got nearly $58,000 in aid from a couple after telling them she had she had a kidney transplant, tumors and other issues. She allegedly accused one of one of them of sexually abusing her son when they realized the lies.
According to court documents, roommates of the man said he left home about 30-45 minutes before the fire was reported, telling them he was reporting to a fire call even though the fire had not yet been called in.
After a speeding ticket was issued to the driver, a drug dog was deployed and indicated the presence of drugs in the truck, police said. A subsequent search turned up 61 cardboard boxes packed with marijuana.
The woman and her co-conspirator obtained prescriptions for oxycodone by feigning injury and pain to medical professionals, prosecutors said. She then used her Medicare/Medicaid benefits to obtain the drugs from pharmacies.