Charges against an 18-year-old Mt. Carmel teen who was charged with delivery of a controlled substance while on school property may be dismissed if he completes a 24-month offender initiative program. Jacob Molstad was charged March 6th with the Class X felony for allegedly delivering a substance containing Xanax to a 16-year-old boy on the Mt. Carmel High School parking lot.
Appearing in court this afternoon, Judge Christopher Weber approved the agreement that would see Molstad enter the 2-year offender initiative program saying there were no prior felony charges. If he is successful in staying out of trouble, an amended Class 2 felony charge of delivery of a controlled substance would be dismissed. The agreement also calls for Molstad to report to the probation office, complete 30 hours of community service, attend classes to receive his GED or high school diploma, and pay fines and court costs.