JUNEAU – A 24-year-old Beaver Dam man was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in prison after his probation was revoked on charges of selling marijuana.
Randall S. Wickersham Jr., 211 S. Spring St., pleaded no contest to charges of manufacturing or delivering marijuana and manufacturing or delivering LSD on March 22, 2012. Three counts of manufacturing or delivering marijuana and one count of manufacturing or delivering schedule I or II narcotics were dismissed but read in to the record.
He was placed on probation for three years on that charge of delivering marijuana and granted a deferred prosecution agreement on the count of delivering LSD.
However, according to the district attorney’s office, his DPA was revoked on Nov. 13 and his probation was revoked on Dec. 13, after it came to light that Wickersham had not abided by the terms of his probation and had not participated in the required counseling.
He was sentencing to 18 months of incarceration and two years of extended supervision on the charge of delivering marijuana. He was granted 270 days pre-sentence credit.
He was placed on probation for five years on the charge of delivering LSD.
According to the criminal complaint, Wickersham was arrested after a confidential informant purchased 38.68 grams of marijuana, three 30 gram morphine sulfate tablets and two strips of LSD from Wickersham over a period of five months from Dec. 29, 2010 to May 10, 2011.