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Man twice busted for pot dealing given five years' probation

A Fargo man arrested twice on suspicion of dealing marijuana and whose cash and car were returned after one of the cases was dismissed was sentenced to five years of probation Monday.

Thomas Lloyd Schultz
Thomas Lloyd Schultz

MOORHEAD - A Fargo man arrested twice on suspicion of dealing marijuana and whose cash and car were returned after one of the cases was dismissed was sentenced to five years of probation Monday.

Thomas Lloyd Schultz, 27, pleaded guilty in March in Clay County District Court to one count of fifth-degree marijuana distribution, a felony. He was sentenced to 16 days in jail, with a stay of imposition, which means if he fulfills the terms of five years' probation, he won't have to serve any time.

Schultz was twice arrested on suspicion of dealing marijuana in Moorhead in 2014, but the earlier case was dismissed after a ruling from the state's highest court made a local judge conclude the search of Schultz's car was unconstitutional. Schultz's cash and car were subsequently returned.

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