Grand Forks bust yields $100,000 in marijuana, coke
Friday's raid of a Grand Forks apartment netted more than six pounds of marijuana and more than a pound of cocaine, an affidavit filed Monday said.
That much marijuana and cocaine has a street value of about $100,000, Grand Forks County prosecutor Thomas Falck said. Close to $19,000 in cash was also taken from the home on the 1800 block of South 10th Street, Falck said.
"It was a large bust both in terms of currency that was seized and the total amount of drugs," said Falck who often prosecutes drug crimes.
Aside from marijuana and cocaine, narcotics task force agents found more than an ounce of methamphetamine, about half an ounce of hallucinogenic mushrooms, 99 Ecstasy tablets, 10 oxycodone pills, as well as smoking pipes and scales, the affidavit says.
Three roommates who lived in the apartment were arrested during the raid that came after several months of investigation. Scott Razmyslowski, 22; Joshua Hulst, 20; and Elaine Sundquist, 20; each face seven felony drug charges.
The three made their initial court appearances Monday in state District Court. They are set for preliminary hearings Jan. 10.
Razmyslowski, Hulst and Sundquist remained in custody Monday evening with bail amounts of $100,000, $75,000 and $50,000, respectively. Messages left for them at the jail have not been returned.