ROCHESTER, Minn. – A jury has found a man from the Twin Cities area guilty of drug dealing in Rochester.
Brian Ven Vangrevenhof, 39 of Inver Grove Heights, has been found guilty after a three-day trial of 1st degree drug sales and 2nd degree drug possession. He was arrested in November 2017 after the Rochester Criminal Interdiction Unit searched a storage unit in the 2900 block of South Broadway Avenue.
Authorities said they were looking for Vangervenhof in connection to a domestic assault and found evidence of methamphetamine sales. His sentencing has been scheduled for June 18.
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