Five people were arrested in Fremont Friday afternoon after Drug Task Force officers served a search warrant at a home in the 800 block of North Union Street.
Fremont Police, the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department, the Nebraska State Patrol and Blair Police served the warrant around 2pm.
Officers discovered counterfeit money, items used to manufacture counterfeit money, methamphetamine and prescription medications inside the home. Two children were also inside the house at the time of the raid.
Thirty-year-old Jeremy Rousseau of Fremont was charged with possession of a controlled substance, child neglect and first-degree forgery.
Thirty–four-year-olds Jennifer Rousseau, Dawn Baker and Jason Arnold, 34, all of Fremont, were arrested for possession of a controlled substance and child neglect.
Mary Lisec, 51, of Fremont was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
All five were taken to the Dodge County Jail.
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