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Three Woodstock men arrested for hash oil production

WOODSTOCK-- Three Woodstock men were arrested Wednesday after law enforcement found more than 10 pounds of marijuana for the production of $37,000 worth of hash oil.

WOODSTOCK- Three Woodstock men were arrested Wednesday after law enforcement found more than 10 pounds of marijuana for the production of $37,000 worth of hash oil.

Paul Timmer, 44, and Robert Timmer, 48, and Skip Fey, 36, lived in the two residences searched by law enforcement. Marijuana grow equipment, methamphetamine and 10 firearms were found.

The three men are each facing two felony counts of fifth-degree possession, as well as charges of fifth-degree sale of marijuana and possession of ammunition, which are also felonies, In addition, both Timmers have been charged with unlawful possession of a short-barreled shotgun.

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According to a press release issued Monday, the Buffalo Ridge Task Force (BRDT) along with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA), the Pipestone Sheriff's Office, the Minnesota State Patrol and HEAT (High risk Entry and Arrest Team) conducted two search warrants in Woodstock homes on Wednesday.

Inside Fey’s home, officers found 1,383 grams of marijuana, 1.6 grams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) wax, THC wax manufacturing equipment, a marijuana grow room with a tent containing marijuana plants and hypodermic needles. In addition, hypodermic needles and storage containers with methamphetamine were also found. Meanwhile, officers found 3,252 grams of marijuana, a Ziploc baggie and a large bong containing meth, multiple firearms with ammunitions and a short-barreled shotgun.


Fey has a previous criminal history related to drugs. He was convicted of a felony controlled substance crime in Pipestone County in 2005 and was discharged from his sentence in 2009. Paul Timmer also has been in drug-related crimes in the past; he was convicted of a controlled substance crime in Murray County in 2006.

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