Jackson man sentenced on drug and firearm possession charges
Logan Stammer was arrested in September, 2021.
WORTHINGTON — A Jackson man has been sentenced in Nobles County Fifth District Court, in a case previously reported on by The Globe.
Logan Stammer, 36, was convicted on one count of firearm violation by a felon convicted of a violent crime as well as one count of first-degree drug possession.
Stammer was arrested in September of 2021, having been found in possession of various controlled substances during a search of his vehicle. He was charged with three separate felony counts relating to drug sale and possession, and two counts for ineligible firearm possession.
Three counts were dismissed following Stammers pleading guilty to the charges. He was sentenced to 60 months in prison for the firearm violation charge, which will be served concurrently with the 110 months he received for the first-degree drug possession charge.
Stammers received 154 days credit for time already served. He will also be expected to pay $100 in court fees.