SAWYER COUNTY — A multiple-traffic stop in Sawyer County has resulted in the arrest of multiple individuals. 51 grams of meth, 25 grams of heroin, 6 grams of cocaine, $5000 cash, assorted drug paraphernalia and packaging materials were also seized, according to a press release from the Sawyer County Sheriff’s Office.
On August 21, 2020, at approximately 2:10am, Sawyer County Sheriff’s Deputies conducted traffic stops on two vehicles traveling together east on County Highway B in the City of Hayward. Sawyer County deputies stopped a 2006 Nissan Maxima for an equipment violation and a 2020 Kia Optima due to the vehicle reported as stolen from the Madison WI area.
As a result of the traffic stop, deputies arrested the operator of the 2006 Nissan, Billie D. John, 24, of Green Bay, WI. John was arrested for Possession of Schedule I & II Narcotics and Possession of Cocaine.
The passenger, identified as Gerald B.M. Diamond, 23, of Hayward, WI was arrested for Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Deliver Methamphetamine >50 grams, Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Deliver Heroin >10<50 grams, Resisting Obstructing Officer and a probation violation.
The operator of the 2020 Kia Optima, Sabrina M. Kagigebi, 39, of Hayward, WI was arrested for Possession with Intent to Distribute Schedule 1 & 2 Narcotics, Take and Drive Vehicle without Owner’s Consent, Possession of THC, Resisting Obstructing Officer-Intentionally Mislead and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
The passenger, identified as Juan C. Jimenez, 35, of Sparta WI was arrested for Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Distribute Schedule 1 and 2 Narcotics, Possession of THC 2nd and Subsequent Offence, Resisting or Obstructing Officer-Intentionally Mislead, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and a Department of Corrections Warrant.
As a result of both traffic stops, 51 grams of methamphetamine, 25 grams of heroin, 6 grams of cocaine, 5000.00 cash, assorted drug paraphernalia and packaging materials were seized.
You are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
- Per Sheriff Doug Mrotek