Oklahoma Woman Facing a Drug Charge After 2lbs of Meth Were Found During a Traffic Stop

An Oklahoma woman is being held in the Freeborn County Jail on drug charges after he vehicle was pulled over by a Minnesota State Trooper on Sunday, while traveling along Interstate 90 near Albert Lea.

Forty year old Randi Laumbach, of Chickasha, Oklahoma, is facing a first degree drug charge, which carries a maximum sentence of 40 years in prison and a $1,000,000 fine.

Laumbach was stopped early Sunday morning on I-90, near mile marker 164.  More than two pound of methamphetamine and a .22 caliber handgun were found inside her vehicle.