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Cloquet police believe man was selling pot to high school students

Drew Landon Angell, 21, of Cloquet faces three felony counts of possession and sale of drugs -- including a fourth-degree felony for marijuana sales charge that could mean 15 years in prison and a $100,000 fine for a first offense. Authorities fo...

Drew Landon Angell, 21, of Cloquet faces three felony counts of possession and sale of drugs - including a fourth-degree felony for marijuana sales charge that could mean 15 years in prison and a $100,000 fine for a first offense. Authorities found nearly 2 pounds of the drug packaged for sale Dec. 3 in the home on North Road in Cloquet.

“Based on the investigation, it is believed the sales of these drugs included high-school-aged people in our community,” the Cloquet Police Department said in a news release.

According to the criminal complaint against Angell filed in Sixth District Carlton County Court, police pulled more than 1.7 pounds of marijuana from Angell’s downstairs bedroom. Additionally, police found 17 separately packaged containers of hash oil and 2 grams of cocaine.

Angell was charged Dec. 5 with fourth-degree sale of marijuana and two fifth-degree counts of possession of marijuana and cocaine, respectively.

A pre-trial release agreement said Angell is required to stay away from Cloquet High School by a three-block radius. He is scheduled to appear again in District Court Jan. 3.

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