Menomonie (WQOW) – A Menomonie man accused of selling meth from his home is going to prison.
According to court records, Dunn County Judge Rod Smeltzer gave Anthony Ross four years behind bars on Friday.
Ross was arrested last November after a police informant bought $500 worth of meth from Ross. When he was arrested, police seized about a quarter-pound of meth, along with prescription pills.
Posted November 2017
Menomonie (WQOW) — A Menomonie man faces seven drug charges, including four felonies, after police said he was selling meth from his home.
Anthony Ross was arrested and charged earlier this week. According to the complaint, a criminal informant working with the West Central Wisconsin Drug Task Force purchased $500 worth of methamphetamine from Ross in September.
Based on that purchase, police acquired an arrest warrant for Ross. Police pulled over and arrested Ross and found methamphetamine and prescription drugs in his vehicle. After getting a search warrant, police found meth and drug paraphernalia inside his home.
Ross is charged with, among other things, possessing methamphetamine with the intent to sell and maintaining a drug house. He returns to court for a preliminary hearing Nov. 16.