Nekoosa Drug Bust Leads to Three Arrests
By Joe Bachman
According to a press release by the Nekoosa Police Department, three have been arrested and face multiple possession charges.
On Oct. 17, at 9:10 a.m., a search warrant was executed at a residence on the 400 block of Wood Ave. in Nekoosa following a several month investigation. Through the search, multiple illegal substances and drug paraphernalia was found in the residence.
24-year-old Bronson Corn, and 34-year-old Heather Webb, both of Nekoosa, were arrested for possession of methamphetamine, THC, drug paraphernalia, and maintaining a drug trafficking place. Webb was currently out on bail at the time of the arrest.
43-year-old Kimberly King, of Black River Falls, was arrested for possession of heroin, cocaine, and drug paraphernalia.
Wood County Sheriff’s deputies assisted in the execution of the search warrant.
If convicted, Corn and Webb face up to seven years imprisonment and up to $20,000 in fines, with Webb facing an additional six years imprisonment for bail jumping. King could face up to 18 years imprisonment and up to $35,000 in fines.
A hearing a scheduled for Corn on Oct. 21, while Webb and King have theirs on Oct. 31.