An Austin man facing nine felony and two misdemeanor charges in Mower and Olmsted Counties is pleading  guilty.


36-year old Anthony Barrett Graham was first arrested on March 17th after the Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office reported that he sold roughly 25 grams of methamphetamine to a confidential informant. Graham was then arrested in Mower County on May 9th for stealing over $2,500 in electronic devices from the Kwik Trip on 10th Drive NW in Austin.  Austin Police reported that 12 grams of marijuana and 17 grams of methamphetamine were located in the vehicle Graham was driving.  Graham’s final arrest was on July 24th after Austin Police stated that Graham was picked up with a 9-millimeter handgun, 16 rounds of ammunition, seven grams of methamphetamine packaged individually for sale, and a digital scale.

Graham eventually pleaded guilty to charges of 3rd degree drug possession, theft, and being a violent felon in possession of a firearm in Mower County District Court, and he also pleaded guilty to a felony charge of 1st degree sale of methamphetamine in Olmsted County District Court.  

Graham’s sentencing in Mower County District Court is scheduled for January 4, 2021. Court records do not list an Olmsted County sentencing date at this time.