Two men found with meth while trespassing at historic school in rural Nebraska

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Courtesy Stanton County Sheriff's Office

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Two men were found with meth while trespassing at a historic school in rural Nebraska, the Stanton County Sheriff’s Office said.

Around 7:05 a.m. on Thursday, deputies were sent to the historic Bega school, which is east of Norfolk, after a caller reported a suspicious pickup parked outside.

Deputies arrived and found Zachary Price, 36 and Brit Blanchard, 34, trespassing at the abandoned building.

The sheriff’s office said that the two men also had meth, marijuana and drug-related items on them at this time.

Both were arrested on suspicion of possessing meth, marijuana and drug-related items, according to the sheriff’s office.

They were also charged with criminal trespass.  Both men had previously been convicted on felony drug charges, the sheriff’s office said.

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