This week, two Lacrosse leaders were sentenced to a long prison term by a federal court over a dispute over methamphetamine.
Andrew R. Henke was sentenced on Tuesday 2019 to 10 years in prison. More than a pound of methamphetamine,
The purpose of the distribution.
James A. Connor III, 44, was convicted Wednesday over. 1 a year after selling methamphetamine.
January 23, 2019 for auction documents.
According to court records, the two men grew up in a home with drugs.
Handcuffs’ drug use is linked to adolescence and childhood.
Another plaintiff, Kelly Welsh, wrote a letter to the court.
Kimra said she used marijuana every day during her first year of high school and then watched her drug use.
This is normal.
A few years later, Hanks’s father complained about the accident. Her mother was jailed for obscenity
Feeling like a weird old friend. He returned to drug use and died while Hank was with him, Welsh wrote.
According to Wells, at the age of five, Hank became homeless and jumped from one home (treatment) to another.
Henke started using meta on the streets and started eating it. Released in 2013. He was convicted for the first time.
The potential for methamphetamine is in 2014 and again in 2016
Central highways did not yield results, they searched the black internet and found natural resources in California.
Henke did not want to risk his wealth and buy real estate to support his culture
Less money because more money in prison, Welsh writes.
Because of the amount of drugs, Henke would have to be sentenced to 10 years in prison after he showed up at the meeting. Take it
Prove that an appropriate sentence was handed down in the first prison.
District Judge James Peterson agreed to a five-year search and ordered Hank to pay $ 14,466.
The money was taken at the time of the arrest.
Although there are initially both drug support and long-term drug users
Cannabis was first seized at the age of 21, seven years after its use
Meta was sold in 2002 and in 2010 was found in court to contain marijuana. It contains two cocaines
In the La Cross area.
La Crosse police arrested him three years ago on suspicion of espionage
November 2018 and January 2019. The court’s decision was transferred to a federal court.
Connor told reporters two or three days later. He is a US citizen. Sale of a pound of methamphetamine
Attorney Chadwick Elgarzma spoke on Thursday with Attorney General William Conlay.
Elgarsma said he was a major supplier of methamphetamine and other drugs to La Crosse.
Additional counseling for children aged 57 to 61 months.
Prosecutor William Jones demanded the release of a lawyer, explaining to his skilled and hard-working client.
This is not a blasphemy, but a good candidate for healing.
Connor told Conley that he helped people and restarted the drug business by putting it on the table, but he came.
Remember that medicines and techniques are sold.
Conley replied that he thought he had several reasons to use it.
Some ounces discovered in Connor in January were recently sold by authorities.
Sally and Connelly hope to be closer to the Kerner couple on Wednesday.
Connor led the three-year-old independence leader but refused to take federal decisions with him.
La Gross awaits trial.