FULLERTON, Neb. – A St. Edwards man charged with felony meth possession and several lesser charges, is currently slated to head to trial in March.
26-year-old Chase Geilenkirchen was arrested in September after authorities say they found meth and a concealed weapon, along with marijuauna inside his vehicle.
Court records say during a traffic stop, a Nance County deputy saw a gun between Geilenkirchen and his front seat passenger. The documents say the deputy also saw a glass pipe when Geilenkirchen began stepping out of the vehicle.
After searching the truck, the deputy found the drugs, along with a pistol in the door panel, according to records.
Along with the meth charge, Geilenkirchen is accused of misdemeanor – carrying a concealed weapon and pot-related infraction charges.
His next appearance in court will be a status hearing on January 5th.