A 26-year-old Rapid City man is facing up to 30 years in prison and a potential $2 million fine after admitting he conspired to distribute marijuana and had marijuana in his possession. Jaret Alan Hagar, also known as Jarret Alan Hagar, was originally charged with two counts of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance and one count of possession of a distribution of a controlled substance. The charges stem from an incident in July 2008, when two individuals were pulled over by the South Dakota Highway Patrol. Thirty pounds of marijuana was found in the vehicle, and the marijuana was traced back to Hagar and other suppliers.
Hagar distributed marijuana from Denver, Colo., to the Rapid City/Black Hills area or had it taken to Sioux Falls for distribution. He allegedly conducted business from 2006 to January 2010. Hagar also admitted to an earlier felony conviction for marijuana possession in Pennington County. Hagar is free on bond pending sentencing in September.
via : Rapid City Journal
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