By: Patti Weaver

(Stillwater, Okla.) — A 26-year-old Stillwater man from whose home a large quantity of drugs and cash was allegedly seized has pleaded innocent to two counts of aggravated drug trafficking, along with one count each of possessing multiple drugs with intent to distribute and having drug paraphernalia.

Jacob Henry Stasa remains jailed on $250,000 bail pending a March 3 pre-trial hearing before Associate District Judge Stephen Kistler.

Stasa’s home in the 3400 block of S. West Street was searched at 2:10 p.m. on July 2, 2019, on a judge’s warrant with the assistance of a state narcotics agent, according to an affidavit by Stillwater Police Officer Brett Moore.

In addition to $26,884 in a closet safe containing narcotics, multiple handwritten drug sale ledgers were found, the affidavit alleged.

Among the drugs allegedly seized were:

* more than 2,876 grams of THC to include marijuana, edibles, wax, THC liquid;

* 49 grams of LSD totaling 3,294 single doses;

* 120 grams of MDMA;

* more than 1,096 grams of psilocybin mushrooms;

* 40 pressed Ecstasy tablets totaling 25 grams;

* 43 pressed Alprazolam (Xanax) bars totaling 17 grams.

Also seized were “copious amounts of packaging material to include zip-top plastic baggies of varying sizes” and numerous priority mail shipping boxes containing plastic bags with marijuana residue, the affidavit alleged.

If convicted of all of his charges, Stasa could be given a life prison term plus eight years and $851,000 in fines, according to documents filed by prosecutor Jeremiah Gregory.