12/12/13 Leedahl Drug Charges
A Royal woman has received over 50 charges in connection with allegations of possessing and attempting to sell illegal drugs.
According to Storm Lake Police, 28-year-old Kayleen Leedahl obtained 18 different prescriptions through fraud at the Storm Lake Wal-Mart Pharmacy between July 11th and November 13th of this year. Police allege that Leedahl posed as a nurse from various medical practices, and using doctor’s information called in fraudulent prescriptions. She then picked up the ordered prescriptions, and police further allege that she obtained the drugs with the intent to deliver or sell them on the street.
The investigation alleges that Leedahl, on multiple occasions, acquired Norco, Ambien, Valium, Levaquin, Zofran, and Lortab.
Yesterday, warrants were issued charging Leedahl with one count of Ongoing Criminal Conduct, a class B felony…five counts of Possession with Intent to Deliver Schedule Three Controlled Substance, a class C felony…nine counts of Possession With Intent to Deliver Schedule Four Controlled Substance, an aggravated misdemeanor…14 counts of Failure to Affix a Drug Tax Stamp, a class D felony…five counts of Prohibited Acts, a class C felony…nine counts of Prohibited Acts, an aggravated misdemeanor…four counts of Unlawful Possession of Prescription Drugs, a serious misdemeanor, and four counts of Prohibited Acts, a serious misdemeanor. Bond was set at 50-thousand dollars.
The Storm Lake warrants were served on Leedahl by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, where Leedahl was already in custody on the charge of Probation Revocation for lottery ticket thefts. Leedahl is being held in Carroll pending her transfer to the Buena Vista County Jail.