Two La Cruz men involved in drug trafficking have been sentenced to federal court for weeks.
Andrew Hank was sentenced on Tuesday, March 2019, to 10 years in prison for more than one methamphetamine.
Depending on the distribution request.
III. James A. Connor, 44, was sentenced Wednesday to four years in prison for containing methamphetamine.
January 23, 2019 is a secret.
According to court records, the two have been raised in a violent home during the drug.
Henke’s problem with taking drugs is inextricably linked to the conditions in which he meets teenagers and adults.
Lawyer Kelly Wells filed a lawsuit.
Wales wrote that Henke used cannabis at his school every day and said he was later deported.
Always for him.
A few years later, Henke pleaded guilty to his father. His mother got involved and abused him for sexual assault
Shot. Then the Welshman took the medicine and Henke died while holding it in his hand.
Henke was left homeless for five years and, according to Wales, jumped from one house (medicine) to another.
Methamphetamine began breastfeeding until 2013 using diet and injections. For the first time I am guilty
He had methamphetamine in 2014, again in 2016.
Unable to pay for the kind of traffic, he scanned the Red Grid and found the source of a real death in California.
The giant didn’t want to risk being caught by the dead and bought a large one to support his practice.
He collected money and money that was a large amount of money during his arrest.
Of interest, breastfeeding is mandatory for up to 10 years after admission of guilt. Yes
He said that this was enough punishment for the first match.
Circuit Judge James Peterson agreed, died for five years and ordered a bribe of 1446.
He found money when he was caught.
Connor was sentenced to his first prison sentence, although he was a recent seven-time drug user.
After seven years of drug use, he smoked his first drug at the age of 21. He was arrested in the town of La Crosse.
He was murdered in 2010 and arrested in 2002 for the first time in prison of a controlled substance. There were also two
The La Crosse region.
He was arrested by La Crosse Police earlier this year for selling three of them to a doctor.
April 2018 and January 2019. The case is returned to the Federal Court.
Connor said he and an American assistant sold pounds of methamphetamine to a private producer every two or three days. Just say
District Attorney Allegrazma said Wednesday for District Judge William Connelly.
He was the best seller of methamphetamine and other drugs in the Lam Cross region, Elgersman said.
The term ranges from 57 to 61 months.
Attorney William ones asked for a copy of the section below the site, which came in the client’s wisdom and style.
It is not uncommon for him to be a good candidate for recovery.
Connery told Conley that he had cleared the drug business by helping people put the table on the table, but it was successful.
Remember, you only buy medicine.
Conley added that those who know why he always uses them will always find him again.
In May-January, Connor said he had bought large quantities of drugs over the years and recovered some of his lost drugs.
Connor announced that the attacker was approaching his second death on Wednesday.
Connell filed a lawsuit against Kons for refusing to apply for bonds on more than three regulatory charges
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