November 18, 2016

A 47-year-old Carroll woman was arrested last week for selling thousands of dollars of methamphetamine to an undercover drug-enforcement agent, according to court records.

Angela Kay Olson faces up to 40 years in federal prison for each of four drug charges for distributing methamphetamine.

She was arrested Nov. 7 at an unspecified gas station where she met with the agent about noon. Olson allegedly pulled 4 ounces of methamphetamine from her bra and gave it to the agent. Other agents then swooped in and arrested her.

They found in Olson’s vehicle 2 more ounces of meth, 2 ounces of marijuana, digital scales for weighing the drugs and small plastic bags for packaging them.

Another Carroll woman whom agents accuse of conspiring with Olson to sell the meth, Jennifer Wendy Gohn-Chavez, 44, was arrested Thursday on three federal drug charges, the most serious of which has a maximum punishment of 40 years in prison.

Gohn-Chavez allegedly stood as a lookout late last month when Olson sold meth to the undercover agent at a house in the 500 block of Parkview Drive.

Olson also allegedly sold the drug from her house in the 700 block of North Clark Street.

Olson, after she was arrested, said she had been selling meth for the past six months. She estimated she had sold up to 50 pounds of the drug in that time.

The price Olson charged the undercover agent for 4 ounces of meth was $3,000.

Online court records show Olson has previously been convicted of state drug-related charges in 1994 and 2005.

Gohn-Chavez has been convicted of numerous theft-related crimes and of a drug charge in 2005.