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Glenwood City woman charged with possession of meth bound over for trial in Polk County

By LeAnn R. Ralph

BALSAM LAKE  —  A Polk County judge has found probable cause in a case involving a 35-year-old Glenwood City woman arrested in Turtle Lake in April on charges related to possession of methamphetamine.

Judge Bruce Anderson ordered Melissa A. Remington bound over for trial after finding probable cause during a preliminary hearing May 18 in Polk County Circuit Court.

Remington is charged with one felony count of possession of methamphetamine and one misdemeanor count of possessing drug paraphernalia.

According to news reports, Donald A. Frazier, 48, also of Glenwood City, and his girlfriend, Remington, were arrested April 8 at the Turtle Lake Casino.

Frazier allegedly sold methamphetamine to confidential informants in March.

Bail was set for Remington in Polk County May 9 with a $2,500 signature bond.

Bail was initially set in Polk County for Frazier at $5,000 cash by Judge Anderson April 11.

Frazier’s bail was modified to $2,500 cash April 15, and the judge added a condition of no contact with Melissa Remington.

According to online court records, Frazier posted the $2,500 cash bail April 18.

Frazier is charged with two felony counts of manufacturing or delivering methamphetamine.

Remington and Frazier are listed in court records as having a Syme Avenue address in Glenwood City.

Frazier is scheduled for another court hearing June 10.

As of press time, an arraignment date had not yet been scheduled for Remington.