Rhinelander man accused of selling meth, marijuana
Bond set at $5,000 cash for Theodore C. Jankowski
STAR JOURNAL REPORT
A $5,000 cash bond was set Monday afternoon in Oneida County Circuit Court for a 42-year-old Rhinelander man accused of selling methamphetamine and marijuana to an informant.
Theodore C. Jankowski faces three felony counts of delivery of methamphetamine and another felony charge of manufacturing/delivering marijuana. If convicted on all four counts, Jankowski could be sentenced to as much as 24 years of initial confinement in prison, followed by 17 years of extended supervision, and/or fined $85,000. He could also have his driver’s license suspended for not less than six months.
According to court records, an informant went to Jankowski’s residence in the city the morning of May 24 and allegedly purchased about a gram of methamphetamine for $125. Jankowski also allegedly delivered less than 3 grams of methamphetamine on two other occasions June 5-6 and sold 5.3 grams of marijuana for $50 to an informant at Jankowski’s residence May 30.
Court records further allege an informant contacted Oneida County Sheriff’s Office investigators about Jankowski being willing to sell methamphetamine and marijuana when drug buys had been set up.
Jankowski made his initial appearance Monday before Judge Patrick F. O’Melia, who has recused himself and turned over the case to Judge Michael H. Bloom. Jankowski is scheduled back in court Aug. 21 for his adjourned initial appearance.