By Joe Bachman
Four Wisconsin Rapids residents have been charged with possession of methamphetamine after a police search turned up multiple findings of the substance.
According to police reports, on Sept. 4, a search warrant was executed at a residence on the 5700 block of Boulder Cir. in the town of Grand Rapids. Officers identified 26-year-old Casandra Miller, 18-year-old Mariah Czappa, and 23-year-old Dylan Adams-Keith in the living room.
Officers soon found 24-year-old Dylan Allison in a walk-in closet in a bedroom with a false wall panel covering the water heater.
Reports indicate that police found a gem bag containing a small amount of a white powder believed to be methamphetamine. Officers also found numerous drug paraphernalia throughout the residence, including baggies with a brown and tan substance, alcohol prep pads, a spoon, and a second gem bag.
Police also uncovered a digital scale, rubber tubing, and more drug paraphernalia.
If convicted, the four could each face up to three years and six months imprisonment, and up to $10,000 in fines. Their preliminary hearings are scheduled for Oct. 5.
Dylan Allison is already facing previous charges of methamphetamine possession, jumping bail, and possession of heroin with intent. His initial appearance for this new charge of methamphetamine possession is scheduled for Oct. 3.