In October 2014, Erik Felsheim of Waseca and another man were arrested after a traffic stop in Lancaster County in Nebraska. According to KSTP TV, the records say Felsheim told a sheriff's deputy that $65,000 found in their car was earmarked to buy pot that he intended to sell in Minnesota. Felsheim was charged with possession of money intended for a drug violation and aiding the delivery of a controlled substance.

His lawyer argued that it is not against the law in Nebraska to conspire to break the law in another state. Judge Susan Strong said in her filing on Monday that she had no jurisdiction in the case because no crime was committed in Nebraska, and dismissed the charges.