Task Force looking for drug crime fugitive
WORTHINGTON -- The Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force (BRDTF) is asking for the public's help in rounding up a drug crime fugitive.
According to task force commander Troy Appel, a warrant for the arrest of Sevannary "Seven" Saysirisanh, 32, has been issued on charges of second-degree controlled substance possession, fifth-degree controlled substance possession, ineligible person in possession of a firearm and weapons -- short barrel gun. The drug charges have both prior conviction and gun enhancements.
Saysirisanh is an Asian male, 180 pounds and is 5 feet 6 inches tall. Appel said Saysirisanh has lived in the area for many years.
Shortly before 3 p.m. on Jan. 19, task force agents executed a search warrant at 211 Clary St. as part of an ongoing investigation into Saysirisanh's activities. The residence was unoccupied.
Inside, agents located and seized 21.6 grams of methamphetamine, more than three pounds of suspected marijuana, $6,758 cash, electronic scales, a sawed-off shotgun and papers bearing Saysirisanh's name.
The task force has been unable to locate Saysirisanh and has received information he may have left the area.
Information regarding the whereabouts of Saysirisanh should be directed to the BRDTF at (507) 372-2136 or text 372DTF with the message and send it to tip411 (847411) to leave an anonymous tip. The task force is offering a cash reward for information leading to Saysirisanh's arrest.
He has a previous 2006 felony drug conviction in Redwood County for a second-degree controlled substance crime.