Mahnomen man sentenced for selling heroin to informant

According to court records, on April 5, 2017, he sold two bindles of heroin for $100 to a confidential reliable informant with the Paul Bunyan Drug and Violent Crime Task Force. The heroin weighed 0.03 grams.

Goodman appeared in court July 30 before District Judge Jay Carlson, who stayed imposition of sentence and placed him on supervised probation for five years.

Goodman was ordered to serve 103 days in jail, with credit for 103 days served.

He was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and $1,090 in court fees, and must get a chemical dependency evaluation and follow the recommendations, including aftercare.

Osceola man charged after selling drugs to informant

Gary Joel Klinger Jr., 24, of Osceola Mills, who is accused of selling methamphetamine, waived his right to a preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge Jerome Nevling yesterday at Centralized Court held at the Clearfield County Jail.

Klinger is charged with conspiracy-possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, an ungraded felony, and criminal use of a communication facility, a felony of the third degree.

According to the affidavit of probable cause, an undercover state trooper with the vice unit was told by a confidential informant that the informant would be able to purchase methamphetamine from Klinger.

The informant contacted Klinger by text message and arranged to purchase $80 worth of methamphetamine.

The state trooper then drove the informant to the area of Curtain and Martin streets in Osceola Mills at 5:40 p.m. where the informant met Klinger and Randy Lee Potter Jr., 21, of Osceola Mills. The informant provided Potter with the $80 and Potter gave the informant a bag of methamphetamine.

The informant then returned to the state trooper’s vehicle and gave him the drugs.

Klinger is currently incarcerated in the Clearfield County Jail in lieu of $25,000 monetary. Klinger was represented by Steven Johnston of the public defender’s office; the commonwealth was represented by Assistant District Attorney Warren Mikesell II.

But what can you do to stop snitches?  Here’s a list of snitches with pictures and locations. Also read:  Control of Information  so you can stop snitching on yourself. Also:  How to find out who’s a snitch  and  10 Ways to Spot an Informant  and  How the cops are tracking you and  No Warrant No Problem  and  Criminal defenses (How to beat your court case) And to inspire you:  7 Fugitives who Became Folk Heroes, How I Lost my friends

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