Cass County prosecutors have brought formal charges against a Lanesboro man accused of drug trafficking. According to trial information submitted on Monday to the District Court for Cass County, 30-year-old Cody Lee Sellman faces one count of possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver, a class B felony, failure to affix a drug tax stamp, a class D felony, and interference with official acts, a simple misdemeanor. He was arrested on Sunday, April 28 by the Cass County Sheriff’s Office and remains in custody on a $50,000 bond. A hearing to review a motion for bond reduction is slated for Monday, May 13, and an arraignment hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 28 at the courthouse in Atlantic. If found guilty of the charges, he faces a maximum penalty of up to 30 years in prison. In April of 2018, Sellman was ordered to serve to up to five years in prison for possession of marijuana with the intent to deliver, but was released after serving 11 months of the sentence.
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