Boss Gives Employees Meth As A Bonus

Jesse Michael Seifer owner of an auto repair shop allegedly paid his employees in methamphetamine

Jesse Michael Seifert, 40, and his girlfriend  Nancy Jean Loehlein, 39, are currently under investigation after an employee informed The Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force that the owner of Clear Choice Auto Body Repair, located in Mankato, was giving his employees methamphetamine as a bonus reported by Star Tribune.

Clear Choice Auto Body Repair, Clear Choice Auto Body Repair/Facebook
Clear Choice Auto Body Repair, Clear Choice/Facebook

On April 20th, The narcotics task force raided Jesse's business after being tipped off. On the night of the raid, allegedly 6 of his employees received 1/2 a gram of methamphetamine, including the one who tipped the police off. Crystal Meth is worth around $1 dollar per 0.01 grams, the bag of meth given as a bonus was estimated to be $50 of value on the street.

A Bag Of Meth, file picture, tsbxbby/flickr
A Bag Of Meth, file picture, tsbxbby/CCBY

The police raid found syringes which field-tested positive for the presence of methamphetamine which was located on the site, as well as a scale with meth residue, was also spotted in the building.

Jesse Michael Seifer, pictured in 2015 and 2016, Makato Police Office
Jesse Michael Seifert, pictured in 2015 and 2016, Makato Police Office

Jesse was arrested before the raid on a driving charge but the charges for the raid are still processing his girlfriend, Nancy, has not been arrested as there isn't enough evidence on the case against her.



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