Mankato Dealer Caught With Cocaine, Counterfeit Oxycodone/Fentanyl Pills
(Mankato, MN) — A man on supervised release for a drug and firearms conviction is facing new charges following a weekend arrest in Mankato. The Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force says 34-year-old Dominique Breham was caught Saturday with more than two ounces of cocaine and 790 counterfeit oxycodone pills believed to contain fentanyl. Officers say Breham was released from prison last fall and placed on supervised release to finish out his sentence this October. Investigators say Breham was selling drugs out of a vehicle in a parking lot for off-campus student housing near Minnesota State University-Mankato.