Two methamphetamine operators, La Cross, were arrested this week.
Andrew R. Henke was sentenced on Tuesday, March 2019, to more than 10 years in prison for using methamphetamine.
The purpose of the distribution.
Jacob Connor III, 44, was sentenced to four years in prison on Wednesday after selling several methamphetamines.
The press conference was held January 23, 2019.
If the drug is used, the poor family will grow.
Hanks is unlikely to be the best when he is an adult and a young man.
Lawyers Kelly Welch wrote the case.
Wells said Hanky used cannabis every day at his high school and then took drugs.
Normally normal for him.
A few years later, Hanksen’s father deliberately committed the crime of death. His mother was arrested and sexually assaulted
The weapon is behind him. He turned to drug use and wrote Fall, which died at the hands of Hanky.
According to Wales, Hanke began to be homeless for five years and moved from one property to another.
Breastfeeding, which began using methamphetamine in the process, was injected with a syringe in 2013.
Methamphetamine was launched in 2014 and 2016.
When sales failed, he searched the dark web and discovered clean metallic materials in California.
He didn’t want to get in the way, but the giant made a huge investment in management
Economically, this means that it takes a long time to make a movie, Wales writes.
In terms of drug shortages, Henke has been exposed for at least ten years after he pleaded guilty. the man
The sentence in the case is sufficient for each prison.
District Judge James Peterson sentenced a 5-year sentence and was ordered to breastfeed
Earnings as they fall.
Despite his long-term drug convictions, Connor was first arrested.
He was arrested at the age of 21 after using cannabis for seven years. He was convicted in La Crosse
He bought cannabis in 2002-2010. He tried to sell it. He was also charged with two counts of cocaine-related offenses
La Crosse County
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November 2018 – January 2019. The case is referred to a federal court.
Within two days, Connor sold a pound of finishes to reveal to detectives. The secretary said.
Judge William Conley of Chadwick County Elgerman said.
He is accused of speeding up methadone and other drugs in the Al Cross area of Alzheimer.
Input is in the range of 57 to 61 mm.
The Connery attorneys, William onesons, determined that the customer was found to have the satisfaction and maturity of the
They make a good candidate back, but it has no disadvantages.
Connor tells him he is interested in pharmacists who can help him with eating and eating.
Seeing that selling scenes with drugs can improve their experiences.
He said the addict had a reason to use it.
In January, a large amount of perfume was collected from Connor and showed the current price of the drug sold.
Conley learned Connor received two fines Wednesday.
Connor was released after a three-year trial and refused to serve a federal sentence.
Lacrosse County is awaiting approval