SAWYER COUNTY -- The Court has accepted a plea agreement for Keshia Wilmer regarding drug charges filed against her in Sawyer County Circuit Court following a drug bust in June 2021.

Felony charges were filed against Wilmer in May 2021 following a traffic stop that led to her arrest along with the arrest of Matthew Jackson.

On May 24, 2021, Sawyer County Sheriff’s Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle. A digital scale, a pen tube, and a large amount of cash were located on Jackson when he was searched and inside the vehicle, Deputies found a “brick” of heroin which weighed 271 grams; a loaded 45 cal. handgun; a pouch containing cocaine which weighed 8.5 grams, baggies that held nearly 4 dozen prescription pills identified as Alprazolam and Diazepam; and multiple items of drug paraphernalia including another digital scale.

Wilmer was charged with Class I Felony Possession of Narcotic Drugs. Online circuit court records show that she appeared most recently on May 17, 2022, and the Hon. Robert Eaton accepted a proposed 6-month deferred agreement on her charge.

Wilmer is to comply with the treatment and diversion plan monitored by Justice Point. Details of the agreement’s requirements were not listed in online court records at the time of this post, however, Wilmer is scheduled to return to court in November 2022.

Jackson was originally charged with Class C Felony Possession With Intent to Deliver Heroin (>50G); Class E Felony Possession With Intent to Deliver Cocaine (>5-15G); two counts of Class H Felony Possession With Intent to Deliver Schedule IV Drugs; Misdemeanor Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; and Misdemeanor Resist Officer - Failure to Stop Vehicle; Fail/Stop at Stop Sign, and Operating without a Valid Driver’s License.

The Sawyer County Circuit Court criminal charges against Jackson were dismissed in September 2021 after he was indicted in federal court for possessing 100 grams or more of heroin with intent to distribute. He was found guilty of the non-criminal charges of Fail/Stop at Stop Sign, and Operating without a Valid Driver’s License according to online court records.


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