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Domestic incident prompts investigation into drug activity

When authorities receive information about the possible presence of drug-related activity, they have a duty to further investigate the matter. In some cases, such investigations could stem from a separate matter entirely, and some of the subjects of this investigation might not have even been involved in the initial scenario. A recent investigation that reportedly began after a 27-year-old man in Wisconsin was arrested after a domestic dispute prompted a search that has left three individuals facing numerous drug charges. 

The investigation 

Law enforcement agents advised that the incident began on a recent Monday after they arrested a man for his involvement in a domestic dispute. After being taken into custody, he was allegedly found to be in possession of over 10 grams of cocaine. This incident reportedly prompted a subsequent investigation into the possible presence of drug activity, during which authorities proceeded to search at least two separate properties. 

Authorities assert that the search of a both home and a hotel room uncovered the presence of various types and amounts of illegal substances, along with a firearm. They have advised that two others were arrested over the course of the investigation. All three individuals are now facing numerous charges in relation to the incident, including charges for possession with intent to deliver and maintaining a drug dwelling. 

Facing drug charges 

It is no secret that facing drug charges can be a harrowing experience under any scenario. Individuals who stand accused of involvement in such behavior and wish to seek insight on how best to respond to the situation could benefit from consulting with legal counsel for guidance.  An attorney in Wisconsin can assist a client in addressing the situation, provide insight on all the available options, and help him or her make informed choices while preparing for subsequent legal proceedings. 

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