Meth Charges Dismissed in Washburn County Court
Charges filed against Dennis Deloye Washburn County Circuit Court in January 2018 for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver have been dismissed by the Court.
Online circuit court records show that at a preliminary examination hearing on February 26, 2018, the Court heard testimony from a Wisconsin State Patrol Trooper regarding the case.
The Court then dismissed the case filed against Deloye, including charges of Class D Felony Possess with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine (>10-50 grams), Class I Felony Possession of Methamphetamine, Class H Felony Bail Jump, and Misdemeanor Possess Drug Paraphernalia, on its own motion.
DrydenWire.com reported on February 8, 2018, that charges were filed against Deloye and Bradley Malinowski following a traffic stop on January 8, 2018, which resulted in the arrest of 2 men and the seizure of over 15 grams of methamphetamine.
Deloye still faces criminal charges of Class I Felony Maintain Drug Trafficking Place, Class I Felony Possession of Methamphetamine, and Misdemeanor Possess Drug Paraphernalia in Washburn County Circuit Court stemming from a separate incident in November 2017 when an anonymous tip led law enforcement to Deloye’s residence.
DrydenWire.com reported on November 28, 2017, that Deloye was arrested along with 3 other people: Andrew Mortensen, Rebecca Baker, and Sherrie Deloye.
According to a criminal complaint filed in Washburn County Circuit Court regarding the November incident, investigating officers found the following items in the Deloye residence:
- At least a dozen pipes of the type commonly used to smoke either methamphetamine or marijuana.
- A scale which had methamphetamine residue on it.
- Over a dozen plastic baggies of various sizes and which contained either methamphetamine, heroin, or marijuana.
- Several syringes.
- Several hundred dollars in cash.
- A bong, used for inhaling marijuana.
- Several grams of Methamphetamine and Heroin.
Deputies also found passports, birth certificates, a bank ledger, and a social security card all issued in names which did not match anyone found at the residence that night.
Deloye is scheduled to appear next in March 2018 regarding those criminal charges.
Pursuant to the direction of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3.6, Trial Publicly, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.