Four arrested in Juneau County catalytic converter investigation

Deputies say they searched an address in Lindina at around 6:50 a.m. Wednesday morning, finding drugs, a firearm with ammunition, and stolen property including catalytic converters.
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LINDINA. Wis. — Juneau County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested four people in connection to a catalytic converter theft investigation.

Deputies say they searched an address in Lindina at around 6:50 a.m. Wednesday morning, finding drugs, a firearm with ammunition, and stolen property including catalytic converters.

Deputies then arrested Dustin J. Belk, Dylan D. Belk, Katelynn E. McDonald, and Kyle A. Hendricks on multiple charges.

Dustin Belk was charged with possession of meth, THC, and stolen property as well as two counts of major motor vehicle part theft.

Dylan Belk was charged with possession of meth, THC, and stolen property.

McDonald was charged with possession of heroin, meth, and THC, as well as felony and misdemeanor bail jumping.

Hendricks was charged with possession of heroin, meth, THC, and felon in possession of a firearm.

An investigation regarding the case is still ongoing.