Two Austin Men Plead Not Guilty to Darknet Related Drug Charges

Two Austin Men Plead Not Guilty to Darknet Related Drug Charges

Two men from Mower County have pleaded not guilty in a case involving drugs, weapons and the “dark web”.

Levy Willis Wollschlager, 21, from Austin, is accused of storing 4th degree hallucinogen, three episodes of storing fifth degree drugs, storing a firearm with a changed serial number, storing firearms as an addict, and storing ammunition as an addict.

Austin police say they ransacked Walshlager’s home on October 22 and found 295.50 grams of marijuana, 9.5 tablets of alprazolam, $ 1.947 in cash, three pistols, two shotguns, about 500 rounds of pistol, 3.95 grams of MDMA (Molly) and 55 capsules containing MDMA. Officers say that Wollschlager admitted to buying drugs on the dark web and selling MDMA and alprazolam. Officers also say that the serial numbers on one of the shotguns were partially deleted.

The court documents said that Wollschlager also told the police that the red bag in his house belonged to Abraham Dario Cervantes Paz, a 20-year-old resident of Austin. Officers say the bag contained 370.50 grams of marijuana, 82 alprazolam tablets, and $ 794 in cash. Cervantes Paz was arrested and charged on two counts of drug possession of the 5th degree.

The Wollschlager is scheduled to adjudicate starting March 20, 2020. The trial of Cervantes Paz should begin on January 6, 2020.

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