Farmington woman charged with selling meth

Lisa Marie Polasik, 26, of Farmington, was recently charged in Dakota County District Court with second-degree selling a controlled substance  with a previous conviction.

According to the police report, a confidential informant arranged to purchase methamphetamine from Polasik through a West St. Paul woman named Ginger Lee Lang, 38, on June 25. They arranged to meet in a parking lot in Inver Grove Heights where the informant allegedly purchased 5.26 grams of meth.

Lang was also charged with second-degree selling a controlled substance with a previous conviction. Polasik was convicted of  fifth-degree controlled substance crime in 2010.

The maximum penalty is 40 years in jail and/or $500,000 fine.