This week, a federal court convicted two Lacrosse inmates involved in a long-term methamphetamine trade.
In March 2019, Andrew R. Becker was charged with possession of several kilograms of methamphetamine. Ganka was sentenced to 10
years in prison on Tuesday.
James A., 44, is accused of selling several pounds of methamphetamine.
January 23, 2019 to the provider of confidential information
Both grew up in violent drug-consuming families, according to court documents.
Henke’s medicine is related to his childhood
Lawyer Kelly Welsh wrote a letter to the court.
Wales Hanke said he smoked marijuana every day in high school and later became an addict.
It was normal for him.
A few years later, Hanke’s father was found guilty of physical harm. His mother was arrested and she was six years old.
In the hands of automatic weapons. Wales was reported to have used drugs and died while holding Henka in his arms, Wales
According to Wales, Henke has flown from house to house for five years and was homeless.
Hunk started bringing methamphetamine on the road until 2013, which was addictive and long lasting. time
Methamphetamine was seized in 2014 and 2016.
While Street was unable to compensate for his metamorphosis, he searched the dark internet and found the source of the scale in
The risky offer, Hank raised big money to support its use and
You make money, and at the time of your recording a great article – Welsh writing.
Because of the many drugs involved, Hanke must be remembered for at least 10 years after being convicted of a crime. keep a
He argued that the first sentence was enough for jail.
District judge James Peterson, jailed for five years, pleaded guilty to $ 14,466.
He earned money by the time he left.
Connor was convicted of first-degree murder, but he pleaded guilty to long-term drug use.
After seven years in the drug trade, he was arrested for the first time for drug trafficking, when he was 21 years old.
Met was sold in 2002 and tested in 2010. He now has two criminal cases
However, LaCross hired three people to sell three more sources earlier this year.
November 2018 and January 2019. The case was settled in federal court.
Connor thought the translator sold an ounce of methamphetamine in two or three days.
Algerian scientists told lawyer William Conley on Tuesday.
According to Alzheimer’s, he was convicted, he was a leading expert on methamphetamine and other drugs in the La Crosse area.
The recommended line is from 57 to 61 months.
Attorney William Jones, who represents the intelligence and maturity of his clients, demands less punishment than the counselor.
She has been nominated as a good candidate for recovery, not for recovery.
Kenner told Conley to make the drug trade easier to help people and put food on the table, but he came.
She knew that selling socks would increase her practice.
Conley replied that addicts were always looking for reasons to use it.
Low-quality gasoline returned significantly to Conner in November – making up the majority of recently sold products
and Conley hoped Connor realized how close he was to taking the line on Wednesday.
Conley also imposed a three-year trial on Connor and refused to join the coalition government.
I was expecting trouble in La Crosse County.