Officer finds meth during traffic stop, 4 face charges
MONROE, Wis. — Two people face drug charges after officers found methamphetamine early Tuesday morning during a traffic stop in Monroe, police said.
Officers stopped a vehicle around 12:45 a.m. in the 100 block of North 18th Avenue for traffic violations, according to a release.
Officers searched the vehicle and found meth and drug paraphernalia.
Shayna N. Krebs, 20, of Brodhead, was driving the vehicle and was arrested on a tentative charge of possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia. Krebs was also cited for operating a motor vehicle after suspension.
Kyrene R. Trevino, 32, of Monroe, was a passenger in the vehicle and was arrested on tentative charges of possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of meth waste and bail jumping. Trevino was also arrested on a probation warrant.
Later that day, officers executed a search warrant at a residence in the 1700 block of 11th Street in connection with the earlier traffic stop and arrests, officials said.
During the search, officers found a methamphetamine lab, including precursor chemicals to manufacture meth, meth waste and other drug paraphernalia related to drug manufacturing, according to a release.
During the search, officers arrested 36-year-old Richard D. Hauser, of Brodhead, and 32-year-old Sheena L. Mclemore, of Madison. Hauser and Mclemore both face tentative charges of manufacturing meth, possession of meth waste, possession of meth precursors, possession of drug paraphernalia and burglary. Hauser was also on a warrant for failure to appear, and Mclemore was also taken into custody on an apprehension request from the Wisconsin Department of Corrections.
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