Six months after nine Kewaunee County men were arrested following an eight-month investigation by the Door/Kewaunee Drug Task Force, five men have been sentenced and the other four cases continue to work their way through the system, with two due in court this week.
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.
At least 21 arrests were made in Door County.
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Updates on the nine Kewaunee County arrests:
Joshua R. Duquaine, 25, 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 Martin Hilsabeck’s alleged sales.
In April he was also charged with three counts of possession of a firearm by a felon and three counts of theft. A pretrial conference in both cases is set for Thursday.
Martin L. Hilsabeck, 30, Sevastopol, three counts of delivering heroin, two counts of delivering cocaine, with sales taking place within 1,000 feet of Luxemburg public schools.
The charges stem from three separate buys that took place in September 2016. He is scheduled to stand trial Jan. 8; a pretrial conference is scheduled for Sept. 21.
Donald R. Polk Jr., 36, Algoma, two counts of delivering LSD and one count of delivering marijuana. He pleaded no contest to the LSD charges on June 8, and the marijuana charge was dismissed. Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 26.
Jesse L. Snodgrass, 21, Kewaunee, one count of delivering Adderall with Zachary Gum. He pleaded not guilty Aug. 10 and a pretrial conference is scheduled for Thursday.
The cases that have been completed:
Noah A. Gum, 21, Kewaunee, one count of marijuana delivery. He pleaded guilty on June 16 and was placed on two years’ probation with 180 days in jail; half of the jail term was stayed and can be ordered at the probation agent’s request if deemed necessary.
Zachary T. Gum, 18, Kewaunee, one count of delivering the narcotic drug Adderall, one count of delivering marijuana, and one count of bail jumping.
He pleaded no contest to the bail jumping charge on Aug. 24 and was placed on three years’ probation. Judge Keith Mehn set five months of jail time and stayed the sentence, which can be ordered at the probation agent’s request if deemed necessary. The other two counts were dismissed but read into the record.
Jacob Jones, 34, Pierce, two counts of delivering narcotics. He pleaded no contest to one count on May 11, and the other was dismissed but read into the record. He was placed on three years probation including six months in jail; half of the jail term was stayed and can be ordered at the probation agent’s request if deemed necessary. A probation review hearing is scheduled for March 23.
Jamey W. McCracken, 19, Montpelier, one count of delivering the amphetamine Vyvanse. The complaint was revised to charge him with two misdemeanor counts of possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs. He pleaded no contest on June 8 and was placed on two years’ probation with 30 days in jail; another 60 days was stayed and can be ordered at the probation agent’s request if deemed necessary. A probation review hearing is scheduled for Dec. 15.
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 two counts of marijuana delivery in Door County in connection with the same investigation. He pleaded no contest to one count June 22 and was placed on three years of probation with conditions including that he must maintain full-time employment and absolute sobriety.
The Kewaunee County charge was dismissed June 29 on the prosecutor’s motion.