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15 Ozaukee residents arrested in drug investigation

March 19, 2011
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By Don Behm of the Journal Sentinel

March 19, 2011 0

The Ozaukee County Drug Task Force arrested 15 county residents this week on a variety of drug charges from possession of cocaine and marijuana to delivery of drugs and illegal possession of prescription medications, officials said Friday.

The arrests followed four months of undercover drug investigations into distribution of marijuana, cocaine, prescription drugs and LSD, Ozaukee County Sheriff's Lt. Rodney Galbraith said.

This is not a single drug ring, he said. Not all of the individuals are connected to each other in their drug enterprise.

Each of the 15 suspects is a "street-level dealer," Galbraith said. "These are important people to make cases against."

Five alleged marijuana deliveries took place within 1,000 feet of a school or park.

Several other suspects also are being sought on arrest warrants. No others had been arrested as of noon Friday.

The 15 suspects arrested this week range in age from 17 to 37. Their names, residences and charges:

• Daniel G. Parshall, 18, of Mequon. Five counts of delivery of LSD, three counts of delivery of marijuana and one count of delivery of a narcotic.

• Evan G. Reinders, 18, of Mequon. Five counts of delivery of LSD.

• Samantha R. Lane, 19, of Saukville. Three counts of delivery of narcotics.

• Andrew J. Lange, 37, of the Town of Fredonia. One count each of delivery of marijuana, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of illegal prescription.

• Collin T. O'Donnell, 17, of Saukville. One count of delivery of marijuana.

• Adam D. Lavigne, 29, of Saukville. One count of delivery of a narcotic; one count of possession of paraphernalia.

• Tomas A. Weber, 26, of Grafton. Four counts of delivery of marijuana, one count of possession of marijuana (second offense) and one count of possession of paraphernalia.

• Chad J. Garvaglia, 23, of Grafton. Three counts of delivery of marijuana with each delivery being made near a school or park, one count each of possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

• Alyson N. Fiscus, 18, of Cedarburg. One count of theft.

• Michael P. Bernier, 26, of Grafton. One count each of delivery of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, possession of Suboxone and possession of paraphernalia.

• Charles D. Cotter, 19, of Grafton. Three counts of delivery of marijuana with two deliveries being made near a school or park, one count each possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.

• Tangela C. Hendrix, 29, of Saukville. Three counts of delivery of narcotics, one count of possession of paraphernalia.

• Christopher W. Germain, 19, of Fredonia. One count of delivery of marijuana.

• Mark C. Monson, 28, of Grafton. One count of delivery of cocaine, three counts of delivery of marijuana, one count each of possession of marijuana (second offense), possession of cocaine (second offense) and possession of paraphernalia.

• Charlton K. Sipp, 20, of Fredonia. One count of theft.

Three vehicles were seized in the investigation.

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Don Behm reports on Milwaukee County government, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, the environment and communities in southeastern Wisconsin. He has won reporting awards for investigations of Great Lakes water pollution, Milwaukee's cryptosporidiosis outbreak, and the deaths of three sewer construction workers in a Menomonee Valley methane explosion.

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