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Moberly man charged with distributing, accused of selling marijuana to confidential informant

On Friday, charges were filed against Michael Graves after he was accused of selling marijuana to a confidential informant back in 2016.

According to the probable cause statement, Graves sold 3.5 grams of marijuana for $50 to a confidential informant working in cooperation with the North Missouri Drug Task Force.

Officers said the informant and vehicle were searched before the transaction and nothing illegal was found.

Officers said they provided surveillance throughout the transaction and that transaction was recorded.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol Crime Lab tested the drugs and said they tested positive for marijuana.

According to the probable cause statement, Graves has a criminal history of assault and distribution of a controlled substance.

Graves was charged with distributing or delivering not more than 5 grams of marijuana and maintaining a public nuisance.

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