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Rural Odin Man Facing Multiple Charges After Search Warrant Executed On His Home

July 2, 2016

Jesse Wiese

A 32-year-old rural Odin man is being held in the Marion County Jail on multiple charges after a search warrant was executed on his home on Friday.

Jesse Wiese of Westline Road was not home at the time, but was arrested later at a relative’s home on charges of residential burglary, possession of a weapon by a felon, possession of less than five grams of methamphetamine and possession of meth manufacturing waste. 

Marion County Sheriff’s Investigators say they initially obtained the search warrant for the Wiese home after developing information he was involved in a residential burglary on Monday at the Tony Banks home on Soper Road in rural Odin.   They allegedly found property stolen in the burglary.  In addition, they allegedly found less than five grams of methamphetamine and a burn pile with meth manufacturing meth.   Investigators say the items found indicated meth had been made at the home in the past.  

Sheriff’s investigators say other items stolen at the home are still missing and the investigation is continuing.  Other suspects are being sought for questioning.  

Information released earlier this week indicated an undisclosed amount of cash and guns were stolen from the Banks home after forceable entry was made.  

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