Multiple law enforcement agencies arrest four in Crandon and Wausau
STAR JOURNAL REPORT
The Forest County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force has announced the arrest of four individuals on felony drug charges. Forest County worked with the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation in a multi-state joint investigation that included the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) the Native American Drug and Gang Initiative (NADGI) and the Marathon County Sheriff’s office.
Multiple controlled buys were conducted for methamphetamine, oxycodone and marijuana.
Arrested Aug.10 were Diana F. Alvarado, age 39 and Kole W. McGeshick, age 26 of Crandon and Tony E. Quintana, age 43 and Karen L. Quintana, age 38 of Wausau.
Charges range from felony delivery of methamphetamine, possession of meth, felony delivery of schedule II narcotics, felony possession of schedule II narcotics, felony delivery of THC, felony possession of THC, felony keeping of a drug house and bail jumping.
The investigation is ongoing.