Chaz Anthony Youngblood, 20, Little Falls, was convicted May 10, of felony fifth degree drug possession. Two other fifth degree drug possession charges were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.
The charge Youngblood was convicted of stemmed from a Sept. 15, 2016 incident, when a Morrison County Sheriff’s deputy responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the Pierz area.
When the deputy stopped the suspicious vehicle and identified the driver as Youngblood, he noticed marijuana all over the inside of the vehicle.
Marijuana was on the dashboard, the floor mats, the center console and the seats.
The deputy proceeded to have Youngblood get out of the vehicle and searched the car.
In the rear compartment of the vehicle, the deputy found over 100 grams of marijuana, along with baggies and a digital scale.
Youngblood was then taken to the Morrison County Jail where he allegedly acknowledged the marijuana was his.
He was sentenced to 72 days in jail and was given credit for 72 days served.
Youngblood was also sentenced to five years of supervised probation and was fined $185.