Mankato Search Leads To ‘Businessman’s LSD’ Charge
MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — A one-time student at Minnesota State, Mankato is accused of possessing nearly a pound of a hallucinogenic drug known as “businessman’s LSD.”
Twenty-year-old Daniel Uner was charged with felony second-degree drug possession for allegedly having DMT.
Uner’s apartment near campus was searched last May after an informant and an investigator bought small amounts of marijuana from two other students living at the apartment.
The Free Press reports a gallon-sized bag of a brown powder was found in Uner’s closet. Investigators learned it contained DMT.
Uner is charged with possessing the drug, not manufacturing it. The complaint says he is no longer a student at the university.
Uner’s first court appearance is Dec. 6. An attorney is not listed for him, and a phone number for Uner could not be found.
Information from: The Free Press