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Worthington man charged with drug-related felony

Agustin allegedly had THC chocolate bars, marijuana in vehicle

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WORTHINGTON — Darryel Jacobo Gabriel Agustin, 20, Worthington, made his initial appearance in Nobles County Fifth District Court Thursday afternoon on charges of fifth degree possession, not a small amount of marijuana.

According to the criminal complaint, Agustin was stopped for traffic infractions in the city of Worthington at approximately 4:20 p.m. July 26. While law enforcement spoke with Agustin, a strong odor of marijuana was reportedly detected inside the vehicle. A subsequent search of the vehicle yielded an empty container with marijuana residue, an empty clear baggie, a grinder that allegedly contained marijuana, a box with two marijuana blunts, rolling paper and a paper rolling device. Also reportedly found were an open bottle of Bacardi, a paper bag with THC vape cartridges, THC chocolate bars and a bag of marijuana. All of the marijuana products appeared to be labelled in a Colorado processing or sales dispensary, the complaint stated.

In all, there were 30 dosage units for the three THC edible chocolate bars, each containing 10 milligrams of THC, according to package labeling from the dispensary.

Agustin faces a maximum five years imprisonment and/or a $10,000 fine for the felony-level offense. His mugshot was not available.

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