Wright County Sheriff’s Office Deputies have caught up again with a man they’ve arrested more than 30 times since 2002, according to Minnesota Court Records.
Adam Fosdick, 30, has faced 32 charges ranging from underage drinking to drug use, theft to assault in his 12-year run with the Minnesota legal system.
Fosdick was arrested again earlier this month on charges of fleeing police and on a Wright County warrant for a drug charge he did not appear for after a December 2013 arrest.
In that incident Fosdick was one of four individuals named in a warrant and ensuing raid on a home in Albertville in the 11800 block of 54th Street Northeast.
According to the criminal complaint, Wright County officers with the special investigations unit searched the residence after investigating Fosdick and fellow residents Robert Ramey, Natalie Ramie and Jamie Fischer.
Together, the foursome had more than 43 grams of methamphetamine in their possession, along with paraphernalia, items meant for drug distribution and materials needed to measure and package meth. Fosdick had the bulk of the drug on him at the time, with more than 23 grams in his possession, the complaint states.
A search of Ramey’s cell phone also showed the men were distributing the drug, the complaint continued.
Now in custody, Fosdick faces multiple drug charges, including first degree sale of meth and first degree drug possession (with more than 25 grams of meth). Both counts carry a sentence of 30 years imprisonment and/or a $1 million fine. He will also face charges for fleeing police earlier this month.