A mother and son have both been booked into the Pueblo County Jail for possession of drugs.
On Saturday, narcotic units from the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office and the Pueblo Police Department executed search warrants for illegal narcotics at a home on the 900 block of Frontier. Upon searching the home, officers found more than eight ounces of meth, more than 8 different prescription drugs and more than $6,500. Officers also discovered a .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun and a .22 caliber rifle.
Travis Seilheimer, 25, and his mother Denise Seilheimer, 49, were both arrested on charges of possession of a schedule two controlled substance and possession with the intent to distribute. Police say that additionally, they each received a special offender charge. In Colorado, the special offender charge is essentially a drug distribution charge if certain facts are present, like a prior felony drug conviction.
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