SIOUX CITY, Iowa -- Two Woodbury County men are facing drug possession charges after being busted with meth and cocaine at a car wash in Sloan Sunday.
Court documents claim that 45- year- old Jeremy Lillich made a deputy suspicious with his behavior in the car wash, leading the deputy to make contact.
A K-9 detected drugs in the car and a search found nearly a kilogram of meth and 28 grams of cocaine in the car.
A second person in the car wash, 26- year- old Patrick Steffens was arrested on outstanding federal drug warrants.
Lillich is charged with possession of meth and cocaine with intent to deliver and is in the Woodbury County Jail on a $80,000 bond.