Worthington man faces drug sale charges
WORTHINGTON — A Worthington man has been charged with an alleged crime that occurred more than a year ago.
According to court documents, Timothy H. Stanley Jr., 34, was charged Monday in Nobles County District Court with drug-sale related charges, which stem from three alleged October 2017 controlled buys of methamphetamine in a designated park zone in Worthington. Stanley was already incarcerated at the Nobles County Jail on other pending cases at the time the new criminal complaint was filed Monday.
According to the complaint, Stanley sold more than 14 grams of methamphetamine during three separate controlled buys with an unnamed co-conspirator.
He faces: two counts of first-degree drug sale — 10 grams of more of meth with two aggravating factors; two counts of second-degree drug sale — 3 grams or more of meth with three aggravating factors; two counts of second-degree controlled substance sale; and six counts of third-degree controlled substance sale. All 12 charges are felony-level offenses.
His bail was scheduled at $75,000 with conditions or $150,000 without.