FOREST CITY, Iowa – A Wisconsin man gets probation in Winnebago County and sent back to his home state to face further criminal prosecution.
Jeffrey Allen Walkowiak, 48 of Superior, WI, entered a guilty plea to possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, promoting a gathering where illegal drugs are used, carrying weapons, and failure to use a drug tax stamp. He was arrested on May 14 in Lake Mills after a search of his van turned up 33.27 grams of meth, some marijuana, and two loaded handguns.
On Tuesday, Walkowiak was sentenced to a total of five years of supervised probation.
On Thursday, it was ordered he be sent to Douglas County in Wisconsin where he is charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, three counts of use of a dangerous weapon, possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance near a park, possession of meth paraphernalia, possession of THC, and two counts of possession of a controlled substance near certain places.
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