On April 15, Chasedy May Colcsh, 42, of Harmony, appeared before District Court Judge Matthew J. Opat. Colsch is charged with two felonies, Receiving Stolen Property and Possession of a Controlled Substance. Each carries a maximum criminal penalty of five years in prison and/or $10,000 fines. On or about April 13, a Fillmore County Sheriff’s Deputy spotted a silver Toyota Tundra without a front license plate in Harmony. The vehicle had been reported stolen out of Mower County (identified as possibly bound for Harmony). The rear license plate allegedly was registered to an Oldsmobile belonging to Chasedy May Colsch. Colsch was identified as the driver of the Tunda. A male party in a second car was also involved (had been following Colsch). The male party alleged a friend came to his residence that morning with the Tundra. Said friend allegedly took the license plate off Colsch’s car and put in on the Tundra. Upon searching the vehicle, allegedly found in the defendant’s purse was a white powdery substance and suspected marijuana. A search of Colsch’s person allegedly revealed a loaded syringe and a baggie containing jewel-sized baggies of suspected methamphetamine. Colsch allegedly admitted she had ‘drugs’ in her pocket. A total of 2.3 grams tare weight of T.H.C tested positive marijuana, 0.7 grams of cocaine, and 3.6 grams tare weight of methamphetamines were allegedly found. The real license plate for the Tundra was discovered in the adjacent property (Colsch’s home). Colsch’s story was that the male party showed up with the Tundra, and that they planned to haul garbage to Preston.