Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -- A Duluth meth dealer and another person was arrested for possession of almost 41 grams of methamphetamine.
On September 13, Investigators from the Lake Superior Drug and Violence Crimes Task Force and Special Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol and Firearms arrested 35-year-old Chad L. Moehring for 1st Degree Sale of Meth and 1st Degree Possession of Meth.
With Moehring at the time of the arrest was 24-year-old Sarah R. Radosevich; the two were allegedly transporting the meth from the Twin Cities back to Duluth when they were arrested.
Moehring and Radosevich were charged for 1st Degree Sale of Methamphetamine and 1st Degree Possession of Methamphetamine as a result of the arrest. Both remain in custody at the Saint Louis County Jail.
At the time of this arrest, Moehring was already out on bail from a different arrest for selling meth in Duluth.
In April 2011, Moehring was arrested at a Duluth motel for 1st Degree Sale of Meth and was found in possession of over 300 grams of the drug and investigators recovered over $17,000, which was accumulated from selling meth.
When interviewed by investigators during the arrest, Moehring admitted to selling over 50 pounds of meth in the Twin Ports area since 2010.
According to Saint Louis County District Court Records, Moehring has pled guilty to this offense and was scheduled to be sentenced Monday, September 17.
In October of 2011, investigators seized over $5,000 in cash from Moehring; all proceeds were accumulated by meth sales in the Twin Ports.
Moehring admitted that over the past two months he has sold between 8 - 10 pounds of meth in the Twin Ports area to several other local meth dealers.
In June 2012, Moehring was arrested again in Duluth for possessing and selling meth.
Moehring has one prior conviction for selling the drug and was convicted of 1st Degree Sale of Meth in January 2000.
Moehring received an 81 month prison sentence as a result of that case.
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