New Lisbon traffic stop leads to drugs, stolen guns and cash being found

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NEW LISBON, Wis. — The Juneau County Sheriff says a Tuesday night traffic stop led to drugs and nearly $5,000 in cash being found in a car.

The Sheriff’s Office says a deputy pulled over a car just after 10 p.m. Tuesday for a vehicle registration issue. By the end of the stop, authorities discovered meth, marijuana, two handguns (including one that was stolen), drug paraphernalia and about $4,800 in cash.

The driver of the car, 42-year-old Tina Dickman of Warrens, was arrested and faces charges of possession of methamphetamine with intent to manufacture, distribute or deliver; possession of THC; possession of drug paraphernalia; felon in possession of a firearm; receiving a stolen firearm and felony bail jumping.

The passenger in the car, 39-year-old Michael Kingsley of Black River Falls, was also arrested and faces tentative charges of possession of methamphetamine with intent to manufacture, distribute or deliver; possession of drug paraphernalia and felon in possession of a firearm.

The Mauston Police Department’s K-9 united and Northside Mobile helped the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office during the stop.