3 arrested in Green County in connection to meth trafficking organization, sheriff says
DECATUR TOWNSHIP, Wis. — After a four-month investigation, three people in Green County have been arrested in connection to a methamphetamine trafficking organization with links to Texas.
Local and federal law enforcement officers were involved in the investigation, according to a release from the Green County Sheriff’s Office.
On Nov. 21, the Stateline Area Narcotics Team seized around 115 grams of suspected methamphetamine from a home on Mary Lane in Decatur Township, the release said.
Following the seizure, Tasha M. Nafzger, 30, was arrested on a probation warrant issued by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections.
The homeowner, Darrin W. Demrow, 40, was arrested on a probation hold on Tuesday.
Charges are pending on both Nafzger and Demrow regarding the suspected methamphetamine, the release said.
On Wednesday, the Narcotics Team served a warrant at a home along the 6600 block of Norwegian Road in Albandy Township. They seized around 1.5 grams of suspected methamphetamine, as well as a rifle, the release said.
Kyle B. Disch, 35, was arrested on charges of conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine and felon in possession of a firearm, according to the release.
Federal authorities, as well as authorities in Texas, are expected to charge a number of other people with methamphetamine trafficking charges related to the methamphetamine seized in Green County.
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