FF man convicted of selling meth on multiple occasions

Published 6:22am Monday, January 7, 2013 Updated 8:24am Monday, January 7, 2013

A Fergus Falls man accused of selling methamphetamine on multiple occasions was convicted of selling meth in a school/park/public housing zone.

According to Otter Tail County court records, Bobby Earl Seigler, 28, sold the meth to a confidential informant for the West Central Minnesota Drug Task Force on four occasions within a 30-day period in February and March.

The sales were made all over Fergus Falls including the 100 block of East Lincoln Avenue, inside a Burger King, the 800 block of West Maple Avenue and the 100 block of South Mill Street.

About four grams of meth was sold for a total of $520. Seigler faces about four years in prison along with $730 in fines.

 

 

 

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