By Joe Bachman
Two have been arrested and face drug charges after one allegedly provided methamphetamine to a minor.
According to reports, on Nov. 15, an officer made contact with a minor who claimed he had received and smoked methamphetamine that was provided to him by 34-year-old Heather Webb. This led to a search warrant at her residence located on the 400 block of Market St in Nekoosa.
Police found Webb inside, as well as 24-year-old Bronson Corn, of Nekoosa. A month earlier, a search warrant was executed at the same residence, where various drugs and paraphernalia were found. Through the latest search police found syringes, baggies, anti-overdose medications, smoking devices, and a cut plastic straw on a mirror.
The smoking devices tested positive for traces of methamphetamine, while the straws tested positive for traces of cocaine.
Corn and Webb were currently on bail from previous charges of methamphetamine possession and were not to commit any further crimes.
If convicted, both each face up to a total of 13 years imprisonment and $30,000 in fines for possession, violating bail, and maintaining a drug trafficking place.
Future court dates are pending.