South Dakota man reportedly pulled over with $6,340 from drug sale

Two juveniles were also in the vehicle at the time of the traffic stop.

We are part of The Trust Project.

WORTHINGTON — A Harrisburg, South Dakota man was arrested on Monday and charged with several felony drug-related crimes, including conspiring with or employing a minor to sell drugs.

Three individuals were sentenced recently in Nobles County Fifth District Courts in cases previously reported on by The Globe.
Robert and Kelli Bush are scheduled to make their initial court appearances Feb. 7.
A mental health screening was requested for 51-year-old Vincent Muccio, who was previously committed for treatment needs.

Worthington Police officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling on Minnesota 60 without a front license plate on Monday.

Jacob Marshall, 20, was identified as one of the occupants of the vehicle, along with two 17-year-old males. One of the juveniles was driving.

According to the complaint filed in Nobles County, the officer reported an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle, and marijuana “shake” on the backseat. When the officer asked if there was anything illegal in the vehicle, Marshall reportedly said he had several marijuana joints.

The occupants were asked to exit the vehicle so the officers could conduct a search. During this time, officers reportedly located a large amount of cash under the front passenger seat. A small container of THC wax was also reportedly found in the vehicle, as well as a cardboard box with air-sealed bags of marijuana and a backpack that contained multiple canisters of dispensary marijuana.


Marshall allegedly agreed to give a statement to officers and stated he had done a “drop off” in Mankato earlier. He told officers he was responsible for the marijuana and the juveniles had no knowledge of it. The cash that was found under the front passenger seat was reportedly from a sale in Mankato.

Marshall was placed under arrest and transported to the Nobles County Jail.

The two juveniles were also brought in and gave statements. The juvenile driver stated he was aware of the marijuana but was not sure how much of it there was. He had reportedly been told he would receive $200 for driving.

The air-sealed bags of marijuana from the cardboard box weighed approximately seven pounds. The cash from the sale in Mankato totaled $6,340.

If convicted, Marshall faces a maximum sentence of 20 years imprisonment, a $25,000 fine or both for the third-degree drug charge. Marshall was also charged with fifth-degree drug possession and fifth-degree drug sale, both of which carry a maximum sentence of five years imprisonment and/or a $10,000 fine.

Note: This article was written based on information reported by local law enforcement agencies. The Globe reminds readers that all individuals are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. 

Enterprises Minnesota’s State of Manufacturing survey was presented to regional manufacturers and industry stakeholders on Tuesday at the Worthington Event Center.
From semi-strangers to old friends, it's touching to have people wish you the best.
Follow the Globe Minute, our twice-weekly Worthington news and weather podcast, on Apple, Spotify, or Google Podcasts!
If convicted, Connell faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison and/or a $40,000 fine, and a mandatory minimum of 144 months, on each of the first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges.
If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of no more than five years in prison, a $10,000 fine, or both for each of the charges against him.
If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of five years imprisonment, a $10,000 fine, or both.
Minnesota’s Historic Tax credit had an 11-year run before ending in 2022. Now, advocates of the program are attempting to bring it back.
Follow the Globe Minute, our twice-weekly Worthington news and weather podcast, on Apple, Spotify, or Google Podcasts!
Doyle is scheduled to make her initial court appearance Jan. 31.
The Center for Active Living's racquetball courts were also discussed. They will be repaired, with one of the courts to be retrofitted to better serve CAL members.

Emma McNamee joined The Globe team in October 2021 as a reporter covering Crime & Courts, Politics, and the City beats. Born and raised in Duluth, Minn., McNamee left her hometown to attend school in Chicago at Columbia College. She graduated in 2021 with a degree in Multimedia Journalism, with a concentration in News & Feature Writing and a minor in Creative Writing.
What To Read Next
Schomacker has signed onto a bipartisan proposal to leverage federal dollars to help replace lead water pipes throughout the state.
"Our staff has done a great job integrating social and emotional learning curriculum, allowing students to engage in meaningful conversations and activities."
Whether you farm or work with farmers, this program is a great opportunity to hear the latest University-based research and information about corn, soybean and small grain production.
Virtual author talks offered every Tuesday in February.