The Wisconsin Department of Justice -- Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) and the Waupaca County Sheriff's Department Arrest Three Individuals in Drug Investigation

Oct 31 2014
The Wisconsin Department of Justice -- Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) and the Waupaca County Sheriff's Department Arrest Three Individuals in Drug Investigation

 

WAUPACA — Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen and Waupaca County Sheriff Brad Hardel have announced sheriff’s department investigators and special agents with the Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI), with assistance from Central Wisconsin Drug Task Force members as well as New London and Clintonville Police Departments, have arrested three individuals as part of a multi-jurisdictional marijuana trafficking investigation, which has been ongoing for the last several months.

 

On Wednesday, October 29, 2014, DCI special agents, Sheriff’s Department SWAT team and investigators executed search warrants at two residences in the rural Clintonville area.  The residences located on Behnke Road resulted in the recovery of more than 56 pounds of harvested marijuana plants and many harvested marijuana buds found drying in outbuildings on the property.  Additional stalks of recently harvested plants were found, along with computers, digital media, cellular telephones, drug paraphernalia and related documents. 

 

As a result of the search warrants, the following individuals were arrested and booked into the Waupaca County Jail with charges pending:  (Photos attached)

Allan J. Schubert, of Clintonville, DOB 10/21/1961

Lynn M. Koszuta, of Clintonville, DOB 11/04/1966

Thomas C. Boldig, of Clintonville, DOB 01/21/1963

 

Tentative charges could include Manufacture/Delivery THC (>10,000g), Possession With Intent to Deliver THC (>10,000g), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Maintain Drug Trafficking Place.  Further information will be made available through the filing of criminal complaints by the Waupaca County District Attorney. 

 

Defendants enjoy the presumption of innocence.  The prosecution must prove its allegations at trial beyond a reasonable doubt.