ROCHESTER, Minn. – A man caught with meth twice is pleading guilty.
Kevin David Kupsch, 46 of Rochester, entered guilty pleas Monday to 1st degree sale of methamphetamine and 5th degree possession of a controlled substance. Kupsch was first arrested in September 2017 after Rochester police said they saw him selling marijuana to someone. Officers said they found over 10 grams of meth after searching Kupsch.
A second arrest happened on March 8 after Kupsch was pulled over for driving without a front or rear license plate. Rochester police say a search of his truck turned up about 10 grams of meth.
A sentencing date has been set for September 5.
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