NORFOLK, Neb. -- Two people with central Nebraska ties are facing charges in the northeast part of the state after an investigation by Norfolk Police.
Norfolk Police say officers had contact with 36-year-old Sean Martinson, homeless, during a stolen vehicle investigation on Monday evening.
He was accompanied by a woman who identified herself as Autumn Roca.
Martinson had an active Howard County arrest warrant for several traffic offenses.
He was taken into custody but later released on bond.
Authorities say they knew that Martinson should be traveling with 33-year-old Brittany Pasch, of St. Paul Nebraska.
Pasch has an active Wisconsin arrest warrant for burglary.
Police say she produced an ID with the name Autumn Roca on it however, the photo and the physical description did not match.
After further questioning, she confirmed that she was Pasch and she was aware of the Wisconsin warrant.
Pasch was placed under arrest for criminal impersonation. In a search of Pasch, officers found a used syringe that tested positive for meth and Clonazepam pills.
Pasch was then also arrested for possession of a controlled substance. She was housed in the Norfolk City Jail and later transferred to the Madison County Jail