Woman charged after selling meth to informant
An Albert Lea woman is facing a charge of first-degree methamphetamine sales for allegedly selling methamphetamine to a South Central Drug Investigation informant.
Cassidy Marie Leduc-Miller, 25, reportedly sold 27.4 grams of meth on June 6, 2018, during a controlled buy with the drug investigative unit.
The sale reportedly took place in an apartment at 423 Court St. The informant reportedly bought 1 ounce of meth for $800.
Court documents state Leduc-Miller was arrested Thursday and brought to the Freeborn County jail.
She reportedly told an agent with the drug unit she had sold in the past to support her habit. She did not remember the specific sale but said it would not have been out of the ordinary for her, reports state.
She appeared in Freeborn County District Court on the charge Friday. Freeborn County District Court Judge Steve Schwab set conditional bail at $25,000.
Leduc-Miller is next scheduled to appear in court July 11.
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