Charges brought for selling meth

Published 12:08 pm Wednesday, December 4, 2013

A 27-year-old Albert Lea man is facing charges after he allegedly sold methamphetamine to a drug task force informant and undercover officer three times in October and November.

Anthony Dugstad

Anthony Dugstad

The combined total of the meth reportedly sold by Anthony Carl Dugstad was just under 16 grams, according to Freeborn County District Court documents.

Reports allege Dugstad sold the following:

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• 4 grams for $280 on Oct. 2 in an alley behind Frank Hall Drive.

• 1.3 grams for $120 on Nov. 19 at the Korner Mart gas station at the intersection of Main Street and First Avenue.

• 10.6 grams for $750 on Nov. 29 at a storage shed in Albert Lea.

Dugstad appeared in court Tuesday on one count of first-degree meth sales tied to the Nov. 29 sale and in court on Monday on a charge of second-degree sales for the two prior dates.

He is being held in jail on a $150,000 bail.