Bemidji Man Charged with Felony for Alleged Narcotics Sale
A 42-year-old Bemidji man is charged with a first-degree felony for allegedly selling 50 grams or more of a narcotic within a 90-day period.
Matthew James Sander Hansen was arrested on April 27th following a drug distribution investigation. Investigators then executed a search warrant at a home in an Alps Court trailer park just west of Bemidji.
Drug agents found 66 grams of a white powder that field tested positive for fentanyl. According to the criminal complaint in the case, the fentanyl seized is valued at $12,000 and would amount to more than 2,500 salable dosage units.
Agents also found 3 grams of cocaine, 2 grams of methamphetamines, and 29 grams of marijuana, as well as numerous items used by dealers to sell and distribute drugs.