Alleged local meth dealer arrested and charged
By Joe Bachman
STEVENS POINT — A local man could face over 20 years in prison after allegedly selling methamphetamine, while maintaining a drug trafficking place.
According to court reports, on Oct. 5, a search warrant was carried out on the 800 block of First St. at the residence of 49-year-old Terrance Seehafer. Investigators observed a large amount of foot traffic to and from the location, which led to an eventual search warrant of the residence.
Inside, police would locate Seehafer and place him under arrest. Among the drugs found inside were 10 pills of Adderall, 6.72 grams of methamphetamine, Vyvanse pills, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.
Seehafer allegedly admitted to using the substance, and allowing others to smoke methamphetamine inside of the residence.
If convicted, Seehafer may face over 20 years imprisonment for charges of possession with intent to sell and maintaining a drug trafficking place. His next court date is scheduled for Nov. 19.