Fairbanks man pleads guilty in drug case


A 39-year-old Fairbanks man has agreed to plead guilty in a case accusing him of stashing distribution-level quantities of cocaine and marijuana in a downtown business bathroom.
   Ronald Goessel Jr. also agreed to accept a six-year jail sentence.
  Goessel pleaded guilty earlier this month to drugs misconduct for possessing a bag with about half a pound of marijuana and 13.9 grams of cocaine. 
  The bag was discovered at a Co-Op Plaza bathroom above a ceiling tile. 
  Dismissed was another drug charge alleging Goessel ditched other drugs in a police car when he was arrested in December 2011.
  Goessel was charged after the bag was found to have his finger prints on it.
  His sentencing is set for June.