Many people attempt to make easy money by selling drugs. Many drugs can sell for hundreds of dollars an ounce, which is alluring to many. However, when large amounts of drugs are involved - especially heavily addictive drugs such as heroin - the police are bound to find out sooner or later. A recent bust by multiple agencies has led to the arrest of nine people in the Wisconsin area.
Our world is saturated with sex, porn and nudity. These things have become so common in our everyday lives that sometimes the lines are blurred as to what is right and what is wrong. This is what makes sex crimes so common. However, there are still laws when it comes to sex, and people need to set limits so they don't face punishment and ruin their reputations. One Wisconsin man could face centuries in jail after pleading guilty to 27 out of a whopping 62 sex crimes.
A 35-year-old Antigo man pleaded not guilty on Dec. 11 after Langlade County authorities charged him with offences related to an alleged drug ring. He was indicted by a grand jury to one count of felony conspiracy to distribute controlled substances.
Police took a man into custody in Racine on Dec. 12 after reportedly smelling marijuana from another vehicle ahead of them in the drive through of a McDonald's. The police charged the 24-year-old with a single count of possession of marijuana.
Authorities in Wisconsin announced the culmination of prosecution against a 30-year-old man who they allege led a major drug trafficking ring using couriers. The Sheboygan man pleaded guilty to federal drug trafficking charges and was sentenced.
Two Wisconsin women, faced with marijuana related charges, have made their initial court appearances. Reports indicate the women are being charged with delivering marijuana to an inmate at the Waupun Correctional Institute.
On Nov. 16, a 20-year-old man from Wisconsin died after allegedly overdosing on heroin. In the aftermath, the Middleton man's 21-year-old ex-girlfriend from Mount Horeb and a 43-year-old woman from Madison were indicted on drug trafficking charges.
A man was convicted on the charge of aiding and abetting in an attempt to possess cocaine with the intent to distribute. The defendant, along with his brother, had been the subject of an investigation conducted by several cooperating agencies, which resulted in the drug distribution charge. Following the conviction, he was sentenced to 60 months in federal prison.
The owners of a Milwaukee auto repair shop are facing accusations that they charged customers for emission repair work that they did not perform. State officials say they became suspicious of the activities at Aurora Auto Care after security reports generated by their emissions equipment highlighted areas of potential fraud.