Man On Probation Sold Marijuana, Ecstasy to Undercover Officer

Drug Task Force detectives said the man, who is under investigation for other drug offenses, was on probation for statutory rape.

An O’Fallon man who was on probation sold marijuana and ecstasy to an undercover officer three times in three months, according to the St. Charles County Drug Task Force.

Charles Jamison, 31, of the 7100 block of Fireside Court in O'Fallon, was charged Oct. 18 with three counts of distributing controlled substances.

Drug Task Force detectives said Jamison sold 6.5 grams of marijuana to an undercover officer for $120 June 5. He also sold the officer ecstasy on July 24 and 6.1 grams of marijuana for $120 Aug. 21, detectives said.

All the transactions took place in the 2100 block of Martin Drive in O’Fallon, according to court documents.

Jamison told police he did not recall selling any type of illegal drugs to anyone in the past six months.

Jamison was arrested Oct. 17 while reporting to his probation and parole officer. He was on probation for statutory rape and for stealing a firearm, officers said.

According to the report, Jamison is the subject of several narcotics investigations.

Bail was set at $45,000, cash only.

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