Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A Rochester man has admitted to dealing meth. 35-year-old Corey Dorzak entered a guilty plea Friday to a first-degree drug charge connected to his arrest in July following some controlled drug purchases by police informants.

Police were about to arrest the 35-year-old Dozark at his home when they spotted him leaving his residence carrying a small bag. The officers stopped the vehicle he was traveling in and found about 6 grams of meth and $500 in cash in the bag. A police spokesman says another 20 grams of the drug was found when Dorzack was searched at the Olmsted County jail.

He is scheduled to be sentenced in late July.

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