New London man faces drug sale charges for meth deal
WILLMAR — Chase David Frieze, 20, of New London, made his first appearance Monday on second- and third-degree drug sale charges for his role in allegedly selling methamphetamine to a CEE-VI Drug Task Force informant in February.
Unconditional bail was set at $100,000. His next appearance is July 28.
According to the complaint, the informant arranged to purchase meth from a man on Feb. 24 and was supposed to meet the man and then go to the drug supplier’s home to get the drugs. Later, the informant was asked to meet the man in a parking lot in New London.
The informant went to the location, under surveillance of agents, and purchased the meth while in a vehicle. The informant later turned over a bag of 3.8 grams of meth and said that the man took the money and gave the drugs. Frieze was seated in the driver seat of the vehicle during the transaction.
He has a prior fifth-degree controlled substance conviction in 2012.