Arrest action NDN

A traffic stop Wednesday led to the arrest of a Pierce woman.

A Norfolk police officer stopped a vehicle after seeing it making an improper turn, said Norfolk Police Division Capt. Chad Reiman in a press release.

The officer learned the driver, Danielle Linn, 39, of Pierce, had her license suspended. Linn was arrested in relation to driving under suspension, Reiman said.

Later, officers found two plastic baggies containing a white crystal substance in Linn’s purse. The substance tested positive for methamphetamine, Reiman said.

Linn was booked in the Norfolk City Jail in connection with possession of methamphetamine and driving under suspension. She was later transferred to Madison County Jail.

In other news

The City of Norfolk was recently awarded a Nebraska EAB Recovery grant, a collaborative program of the Peter Kiewit Foundation and the Arbor Day Foundation to promote proactive tree recovery efforts with the impending effects of the emerald ash borer (EAB).

Two people graduated from the Northeast Nebraska Drug Court Program on Friday. Drug court is a post-plea intensive supervision treatment program for adults convicted of drug-related felonies.

NORFOLK — Beginning Monday, April 6, the District 7 Probation Office will have a change. The office is open, however, minimal staff are in each building.