Two of La Crosse, methamphetamine workers, were sentenced in high prisons in federal court this week.
Andrew Henke was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in prison for possession of methamphetamine in March 2019.
For distribution purposes.
James A. Conner III, 44, was sentenced to four years in prison for selling more than a thousand methamphetamines.
January 23, 2019, in the presence of a trusted informant.
Both men grew up in violent families, where drug use was out of control, according to court documents.
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Attorney Kelly Welsh wrote the case.
Wells wrote that Hank used marijuana every day in high school and later said he felt addicted to drugs.
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He shot an old man and then became addicted to drugs and, according to the Welshman, died while Zinc was in his arms.
According to the Welshman, Hank moved home for five years.
Henke, who consumed methamphetamine on the street, was cut in 2013.
Owned by methamphetamine in 2014 and again in 2016.
When the quality of the trip paid off, he looked for a black man and found a pure source of drugs in California.
He is said not to want to eat any methane, but bought a mouth to make a habit.
“He was very busy when he was arrested because he was collecting money,” Wells said.
Hank Matt was sentenced to at least 10 years in prison after being convicted of drug possession. Wales
Believe that it is enough to punish a person in the first place.
District Judge James Patterson agreed to the five-year statement, reviewed it and ordered Hank to pay $ 14,466.
Money raised on arrest.
Conor faces his first prison sentence, despite two previous convictions and has been on drugs for a long time.
After consuming marijuana for seven years, the first to be harmed when he was 21 was cannabis. He was found guilty in the La
The discovery of marijuana in 2002, 2010 and the production of drug tests. He currently has two counts of tobacco possession.
In the La Crosse area.
Earlier this year, La Crosse police arrested three people and sold methamphetamine to donors.
April 2018 and January 2019. The case is referred to a federal court.
Connor told the devil that, according to the American consultant, he sold pounds of methamphetamine in two to three days.
Judge Chadwick Elgarsma told District Judge William Conley on Wednesday.
Elgersma, who requested the execution, said there was a picture of methamphetamine and other drugs in the La Crosse area.
Between 57 and 61 months.
Attorney William Jones explained under his direction that his client was smarter and older.
If you want to be good without despair, you must be an excellent candidate.
Conner told Conley he was going to sell the drugs to help people and put them on his desk, but he came
Remember that drug dealing has improved your life and habits.
Conley responded that alcoholics often find reasons why they continue to use it.
A limited number of detainees returned to Connor in January, indicating the amount of drugs purchased in recent years.
Concor said it knew the two-word ban was lifted on Wednesday.
Conley refused to grant Connor three federal bond accounts
The La Crosse cases are pending.