This fall was busy for law enforcement officials in Forest County, with at over 20 drug-related arrests between Aug. 21 and Nov. 29.
On Aug. 21 Lekesha M Robinson, a 34-year-old female from Milwaukee was arrested in the Town of Laona during a traffic stop. Located in the vehicle during the traffic stop were individually packaged bags of both crack and powder cocaine, methamphetamine, prescription narcotics oxycodone pills and marijuana along with a large amount of cash.
On Oct. 4 Dandre Mcintosh, male, 23, of Oshkosh, Franklin D Bubenhein, male, 41, of Appleton and Halie A. Pomasl, female, 23, of Menasha were all arrested during a traffic stop in the Town of Nashville. Located in the vehicle during the traffic stop were individually packaged bags of heroin, fentanyl, crack cocaine, several prescription narcotics and marijuana and a loaded firearm. False names were given to detectives during the stop, but it was eventually determined that all three subjects are convicted felons.
For the full story, see this week’s edition of The Forest Republican.