Woodbury Man Charged for Selling Marijuana
The defendant told authorities he sells about two pounds of the drug a week.
A 21-year-old Woodbury man was recently charged in Washington County District Court with felony drug trafficking.
Jacob Kenneth Rehling sold drugs to a confidential informant for the Woodbury Police Department in February 2010 and authorities later a discovered scales, baggies, approximately one half ounce of marijuana in one baggie and another baggie with a small amount of marijuana, according to the criminal complaint. The informant told police there was often up to two pounds of the drug at the home, on the 2300 block of Cypress Drive.
While executing the search warrant, detectives also located five large bags that in the trash that had marijuana residue in them, and recovered "dope notes" described of how much money is owed to and by whom for marijuana sales, according to the complaint.
During an interview with police, Rehling said he sells about two pounds of marijuana a week and gets it from a St. Paul man.