Otsego Co. man faces several charges after deputies find drugs, stolen lawn equipment, a rifle and an untagged deer during search
A Town of New Lisbon man was arrested on January 9 by Otsego County Sheriffâ??s Deputies after a search of his apartment turned up hundreds of dollars of drugs and drug paraphernalia, stolen lawn equipment, a rifle and an untagged deer.
Deputies were called to an apartment on of East Turtle Lake Road in Edmeston on a tip that there was drug trafficking happening at the residence.
25-year-old Charles Oâ??Brian Hall was already on parole on a previous felony drug charge when deputies found: four plastic baggies containing six grams of cocaine valued at $1,200; four grams of psilocybin mushrooms valued at $40; eleven Suboxone sublingual films valued at $220; bottle of liquid steroids valued at $50; Oxycodone and Oxycontin pills valued at $120; glassine envelopes and a plastic baggie containing heroin valued at $500; ounce of packaged marihuana belonging to 31-year-old Misty Mojica, who was visiting Hall, valued at $300; 16 amphetamine capsules valued at $320; two Butterfly knives; two electronic digital scales; numerous plastic baggies and glassine envelopes used to package narcotic drugs; $369 in U.S. currency; Savage 270 caliber rifle and ammunition; a stolen Stihl chainsaw and Stihl leaf blower from a burglary at the Jellystone campground on East Turtle Lake Road and an untagged female deer that was hanging in his garage.
Hall was charged with two counts of felony criminal possession of a controlled substance, one count of misdemeanor criminal possession of a controlled substance, and criminally using drug paraphernalia.
He is being held in lieu of $25,000 bail. If convicted, he could face up to 12 years in prison due to his previous felony conviction.
Misty Mojica was given a ticket for unlawful possession of marijuana.