AUSTIN, Minn. – A drug case that started on the dark web ends with a second sentence of probation.
Levi Willis Wollschlager, 22, was ordered Thursday to spend five years on probation and pay a $300 fine. He was convicted of being a drug user in possession of firearms and got a stay of adjudication on a charge of 5th degree drug possession.
Wollschlager and Abraham Dario Cervantes-Paz of Austin were both arrested on October 22, 2019, after a search of Wollschalger’s home found 295.50 grams of marijuana, 9.5 alprazolam pills, $1,947 in cash, three pistols, two shotguns, about 500 rounds of pistol ammunition, 3.95 grams of MDMA (Molly), and 55 capsules containing MDMA. Officers also say the serial numbers on one of the shotguns was partially removed.
Court documents state that Wollschlager also told police a red bag in his home belonged to Abraham Dario Cervantes-Paz, 20 of Austin. Officers say the bag contained 370.50 grams of marijuana, 82 alprazolam pills, and $794 in cash. Cervantes-Paz was arrested and charged with two counts of 5th degree drug possession.
Court documents state Wollschlager admitted to buying the drugs on the dark web and reselling them.
Cervantes-Paz pleaded guilty to 5th degree drug possession and got five years of supervised probation.