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Woman Arrested for Drugs in Oconto Falls
Issue Date: October 10, 2019
On Thursday, Oct. 3rd, the Oconto County Sheriff's Office and the Oconto Falls Police Department received a tip about drug trafficking in the City of Oconto Falls. Upon further investigation, a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle and a subsequent search warrant was conducted at a residence in Oconto Falls. The combination of the traffic-stop and search warrant, resulted in locating 156.28 grams of methamphetamine, 23.72 grams of MDMA, 63.90 grams of hashish oil, 26.69 grams of marijuana, 3.54 grams of cocaine, illegally obtained prescription medication, drug paraphernalia, two firearms and US Currency. As a result, a 20 year old female was arrested and booked into the Oconto County Jail on multiple drug related charges.
The Oconto County Sheriff's Office and the Oconto Falls Police Department are affiliated with the Northeast Tri-County Drug Enforcement Group (NETDEG) and were also assisted by the Brown County Drug Task Force and the Drug Enforcement Administration " Green Bay Office.
The Oconto County Sheriff's Office is committed to promoting a safe, healthy, and drug free community. We ask for your assistance in reporting any tips on the illegal sales and distribution of narcotics within our communities. Help us pursue those that traffic these dangerous drugs. You may report this activity by calling 920-834-6900.
We also want anyone who is struggling with addiction to seek help and begin recovery. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please reach out for more information to start the process of recovery. If you are a resident of Oconto County you may call 920-834-7000 for further information. If you live in a different county, you may call their Human Services or contact Wisconsin Narcotics Anonymous at 800-240-0276 or www.wisconsinna.org.
This case is being prosecuted by the Oconto County District Attorney's Office, according to Sheriff Todd Skarban, Oconto County Sheriff's Office.