Man found unconscious in NR school parking lot found with drugs
A 21-year-old Amery man was charged with possession of drugs with intent to distribute, after being found passed out in his vehicle in the New Richmond Middle School parking lot.
Police officers found Jordan Feyen with a number of drugs including LSD and cocaine, along with almost $1,300 in his possession on Oct. 16. He was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Feyen is facing one count of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, heightened by being located at a school; one count of possession of LSD with intent to deliver; possession of schedule four drugs with intent to deliver; possession of THC; and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Feyen’s bond is $2,500 and an arraignment hearing is set for Nov. 16, according to court records.
According to a criminal complaint:
Officers responded to a report of an unconscious man in the New Richmond Middle School parking lot at 3:54 p.m. Oct. 16. The officers were able to awaken Feyen, but he was not fully alert.
Feyen’s work supervisor was at the scene after growing concerned he was gone for so long. Feyen was working as a Jimmy John’s delivery driver that day. The supervisor later told police it was his first delivery of the day.
As Feyen was treated by EMS, an EMS member reported to police that Feyen was very nervous and kept asking what the officers were doing. The officers smelled marijuana from the vehicle and found a THC vaporizer pen in a cup holder.
After confirming it was a THC pen with Feyen, he said the officers could search his vehicle, but that there was nothing else in it. During the search, the officers found a backpack with plastic bags with Xanax pills; one with cocaine; one with MDMA, also known as ecstasy; one with LSD; empty plastic bags and a digital scale.
Officers also found a roll of cash, that totalled $1,285.