Man Sentenced Following Woodbury Crack Cocaine Bust
The deal went down at the Green Mill in Woodbury in July 2012.
A man was recently sentenced following a conviction for selling $400 worth of crack cocaine in Woodbury.
Demontrea Jeremiah Muskon Davis, 21, was given a year in jail (with credit for 87 days served) and a stayed 15-month prison sentence, along with other conditions of his parole.
At about 6 p.m. on July 30, 2012, Davis sold $400 in crack cocaine to a buyer during a meet at the Green Mill in Woodbury, according to the complaint. When arrested, Davis had the cash on him, and the cocaine had a packaged weight of 1.1 grams.
During an interview with investigators, he admitted to selling the drugs and said he needed the money because he was homeless, the complaint says. His listed address in the complaint is in St. Paul.