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Austin man charged with drug possession after November 2019 traffic stop; Austin woman also involved in incident pleads not guilty to drug possession and driving after revocation charges

A suspect involved in an incident where heroin, methamphetamine and crack cocaine were discovered in a vehicle after a traffic stop in Austin in November of 2019 is pleading guilty in Mower County District Court, while another suspect involved in the incident has been scheduled to stand trial. 

Miller Edge

36-year old Darron Dylan Miller, of Austin, entered guilty pleas Friday to charges of 2nd degree heroin possession and 5th degree drug possession. His sentencing in Mower County District Court is scheduled for December 17.

36-year old Angela Marie Edge, of Austin, is set to stand trial beginning November 2nd after pleading not guilty to charges of 1st degree heroin possession, 5th degree drug possession, and driving after revocation.

Miller and Edge were arrested on November 29, 2019, after a traffic stop on 4th Street NW in Austin. The arresting officer reported that Edge, the driver, appeared very nervous and Miller, a passenger, was under the influence of drugs.  After a K9 officer indicated narcotics were in Edge’s vehicle, authorities stated that a search turned up 37.5 grams of heroin, $3,990 in cash, scales, and ledger books. Officers say Miller also had methamphetamine and crack cocaine in his possession.


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