Drug trafficking is one of the world's most complex crimes, often resulting in a myriad of charges on both a state and federal level. The type of drugs involved, the targeted geographic distribution area and the amount are just a few of the factors the authorities take into account when handing down a sentence for trafficking convictions.
A 37-year-old Rock County man has been charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and maintaining a drug trafficking house after his arrest on July 1. In addition, the man is also facing charges for allegedly instigating fights between animals.
A 20-year-old Marshfield man has received three years on probation for a misdemeanor battery and multiple drug charges. In addition to the misdemeanor battery charge, the man had also been charged with marijuana possession, felony bail jumping and maintaining a drug trafficking place.
A 22-year-old man and his wife, also 22, are facing multiple drug charges. These include maintaining a drug trafficking vehicle, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and possession of THC. In addition, the husband also faces a second and subsequent charge for possession of THC as well as two counts on a felony bail jumping charge.