A total of nine men were charged in Kewaunee County this week following an eight-month investigation by the Door/Kewaunee Drug Task Force.

The criminal complaints filed in Kewaunee County Circuit Court indicate the arrests followed a series of arranged drug purchases from July through December involving heroin, cocaine, marijuana, prescription drugs and LSD.

Sheriff Matt Joski has said the investigation is still ongoing with additional arrests expected. At least 21 arrests were made in Door County.

The defendants and the charges against them:

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The charges stem from three separate buys that took place in September. The criminal complaint and arrest warrant were filed Tuesday; Hilsabeck has not yet appeared in court.

Joshua R. Duquaine, 24, Casco, one count of heroin delivery within 1,000 feet of a Luxemburg public school. He is charged with serving as a lookout during one of Hilsabeck’s sales.

Judge Keith Mehn set a $500 cash bond and scheduled Duquaine’s initial appearance for April 6.

Timothy J. Stahl, 40, Forestville, one count of delivering marijuana from the sale of a half-ounce of marijuana for $200 in October.

Stahl was also charged with marijuana delivery in Door County in connection with the same investigation. Bond was set at $500 cash and a March 2 court hearing scheduled in the Door County case.

Zachary T. Gum, 17, Kewaunee, one count of delivering the narcotic drug Adderall and one count of delivering marijuana.

He was released on a $5,000 signature bond pending a March 23 initial appearance.

Jesse L. Snodgrass, 21, Kewaunee, one count of delivering Adderall with Gum. He was released on a $2,500 signature bond and also is scheduled to appear March 23.

Jamey W. McCracken, 19, Montpelier, one count of delivering the amphetamine Vyvanse. He is free after signing a $2,500 signature bond with a March 23 initial appearance.

Jacob Jones, 34, Pierce, one count of delivering Vyvanse and one count of delivering Adderall. He made his initial appearance Friday, Feb. 24, with a signature bond of $5,000. A preliminary hearing is set for April 7.

Donald R. Polk Jr., 36, Algoma, two counts of delivering LSD and one count of delivering marijuana. Mehn set a cash bond of $3,000 on Friday, Feb. 24, and scheduled Polk’s initial appearance for March 9.

Noah A. Gum, 20, Kewaunee, one count of marijuana delivery. A signature bond of $5,000 was set and his initial appearance is scheduled for March 23.