Jackson man faces five felony charges for possession of drugs, weapon

Logan Stammer was arrested Sept. 30 in Worthington.

Logan Joseph Stammer

WORTHINGTON — A 35-year-old Jackson man faces five felony counts in Nobles County Fifth District Court following a Sept. 30 arrest in the city of Worthington.

Logan Joseph Stammer is charged with a firearms violation as a felon previously convicted for a crime of violence, possession of ammunition or any firearm, first degree drug sale, first degree drug possession and fifth degree drug possession.

According to the criminal complaint, Stammer was seen exiting his car in the parking lot of an Oxford Street business by a patrol officer, who then stopped to speak with the defendant. While speaking, the officer noticed Stammer to be very nervous with trembling hands. Stammer also allegedly admitted to using methamphetamine about a week and a half prior.

The officer contacted Stammer’s parole officer and learned that Stammer was on parole and subject to random searches.

During a search of Stammer’s vehicle, officers located $6,505 in cash, a backpack and a safe. Inside the backpack was a handgun with nine rounds in the magazine, as well as a baby wipes container that reportedly held 53.6 grams of methamphetamine, three hydrocodone tablets, drug paraphernalia including pipes and spoons, 21 empty baggies with crystalline residue, a digital scale with residue, a small amount of marijuana and other items. The safe contained 9.2 grams of methamphetamine and a small amount of marijuana.


Stammer has a prior conviction (April 19, 2021) of fourth degree possession of a controlled substance, which is a crime of violence, and is prohibited from possessing firearms.

On each count of first degree drug sale and first degree possession, Stammer faces up to 30 years imprisonment and/or a $1 million fine. For the firearms violation and possession of a handgun and ammunition, Stammer faces 15 years imprisonment and/or a $30,000 fine, with no less than five years imprisonment. On the fifth degree drug possession count, Stammer faces up to five years imprisonment and/or a $10,000 fine.

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