A federal court this week sentenced two La Cross men to prison for using methamphetamine.
Andrew R. Henke was sentenced in March 2019 to 10 years in prison for possession of more than 10,000 methamphetamines.
James A., 44 years old. Conner III was sentenced on Wednesday to four years in prison for selling more than 1,000
Informant on January 2, 2019.
According to court documents, the two men grew up in a family beating where drug use was common.
Hecky’s lack of support was related to the events of his childhood and youth;
Justice Kelly Welsh wrote to the court.
Welsh Henke said he used marijuana daily in high school and used drugs.
A lot of jokes.
One year later, Heinrich’s father announced his involvement in disaster and decision-making. Her mother was arrested and charged
Clearly. Wales was booked after taking the drug and was handed over to Heinkin.
According to Wales. Move from one house (medicine) to another and start at five homes.
Henke started taking meth during meals, and until 2013 he was given as an injection. He was convicted for the first time.
In 2016, methamphetamine 201, reuse.
If the quality of the road was not so valuable, they found the Dark Web and found a clean source of this method in California.
He did not risk a little methane, but Hanke bought it to maintain his habit.
The Welshman wrote that at the time of his arrest he had a lot of money because he had collected very little money.
Henk was sentenced to 10 years in prison for drug use. Wales
He claimed that his confession was obtained through torture.
District Judge James Peterson agreed to release him for a five-year probationary period and ordered Hank to pay $ 1,66666 in
Earned money during the arrest.
Connor compared his first sentence to a fish farm twice and became a longtime addict.
He was first arrested 21 years after seven years of cannabis use. He was convicted in the city of Lacrosse
Sell your marijuana and bet to sell math 2010. He also had two cases of cocaine
Also La La Crosse County.
Earlier this year, the La Crosse police arrested him three times for selling math to private advertisers.
November 2018 and January 2019. The case was referred to the federal court.
Connor told the media that with the help of the United States, he had bought about two kilos of methamphetamine in two or three
Chadwick’s lawyer Elgarma said to judge William Conley on Wednesday.
He is a mediator of methamphetamine and other drugs in the La Crosse area of Elgersma, which appealed the ruling.
57 to 61 months.
Guide William Jones was found guilty of prosecution for stating the information and status of his client,
He made a good correction student, not a criminal.
Conner tells Conley that he is selling to save drugs and put food on the desk but that he intends to meet him.
Understand that selling drugs expands to real work.
Conley replied that her essay often found a reason to use it.
The overnight price was likely agreed with Connor in January and showed several drugs at auction.
So Kelly knew there was a trial.
O’Connell spent three years in prison for Connor, and federal courts have refused to act independently.
La Crosse is in trouble