Rochester Man Caught With Meth, LSD, and Gun Sentenced
Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A Rochester man has been sentenced to probation for a pair of first-degree drug convictions.
50-year-old David Gorman was given a stayed 128-month prison sentence that could be imposed if he fails to meet the terms of his probation. Gorham earlier entered guilty pleas to the first-degree charges involving the sale of drugs through a plea agreement that led to the dismissal of 6 other felony drug charges and a charge of being a felon in illegal possession of a firearm.
The charges stemmed from two incidents in November and December 2020. In one case, Gorham was accused of possessing 175 grams of methamphetamine, 9 doses of LSD, and a gram of cocaine after police responded to a 911 call concerning a man pointing a gun at a woman at a Rochester motel. The criminal complaint indicates a gun was not found.
The second incident occurred the previous month and involved the seizure of 8 grams of meth, suspected heroin, and other evidence indicative of drug sales. The charges also stated a 9mm handgun was found during the execution of a search warrant.