A Baraboo man faces more than 12 years in prison and fines up to $25,000 for allegedly selling heroin to a police informant.
Trevor L. Kelley, 27, was charged in Sauk County Circuit Court with felony manufacture and sale of up to 3 grams of heroin as a repeater.
According to the criminal complaint, an unnamed informant met with Kelley in May 2020 near McDonald’s in Lake Delton. Det. Joseph Kellogg of the Sauk County Sheriff’s Office and members of the Sauk County Drug Task Force coordinated the plan for the informant to buy $150 in illegal drugs while wearing a recording device.
The informant arranged the meeting with Kelley over the phone before meeting with him in a vehicle.
When the informant left the car after speaking to Kelley, he had a bag with a brownish, grainy substance later identified as heroin. The bag weighed 1 gram total. The informant had been searched by officers before the meeting.
Kelley is scheduled to make an initial appearance in court Oct. 20.
GALLERY: Sauk County cops, courts
'I'm sorry, that's all I can say'
Robert Pulvermacher turns to the family of Harold Johnson, the 88-year-old Pulvermacher admitted to stabbing to death in January 2019, to say he was sorry during his sentencing hearing Dec. 1 at the Sauk County Courthouse.
Defense attorney Jeremiah Meyer-O'Day
Defense attorney Jeremiah Meyer-O'Day tells the jury in April that his client, Albart B. Shores of La Crosse, was not responsible for a car accident that resulted in the deaths of two men in October 2018. Shores is charged with six felony counts of homicide by use of a vehicle.
Drew Bulin testifies
Sauk County Sheriff's Detective Drew Bulin answers questions from District Attorney Michael Albrecht during a preliminary hearing over a homicide case in January 2020 at the Sauk County Courthouse.
Medflight near Baraboo
A Medflight helicopter lands on City View Road north of Baraboo after a head-on collision in October 2019. Two people were taken to the University of Wisconsin Hospital and were described as in "serious condition" by Sauk County Sheriff Chip Meister.
Sauk County Assistant District Attorney Rick Spoentgen
Sauk County Assistant District Attorney Rick Spoentgen gives an opening statement in April at the county courthouse in the first day of the homicide trial of Albart B. Shores, a La Crosse man charged with vehicular homicide.
Amber Lundgren in shackles
Amber Lundgren enters the courtroom before a preliminary hearing in January 2020 at the Sauk County Courthouse. Lundgren is facing a lifetime prison sentence for the death of 37-year-old Westfield resident Christopher Lytle.
Albart B. Shores trial
Albart B. Shores, 58, La Crosse, stands while masked and behind a plastic divider beside his attorney, waiting for the jury to enter the courtroom April 19 at the Sauk County Courthouse for the first day of his trial. Shores was charged with six felony counts of homicide by use of a vehicle in relation to a fatal October 2018 crash.
Judge sets $250K bond for Pulvermacher in Baraboo homicide case
Robert M. Pulvermacher appears in January 2019 in Sauk County Circuit Court after he was captured in the early hours of Wednesday morning on the east side of Madison. To his right is Baraboo attorney David Susens.
Mike Albrecht sworn in
Mike Albrecht takes the oath of office as the newly appointed district attorney with his son, 11-month-old Henrik, as he is sworn in by Sauk County Circuit Court Judge Patricia Barrett during a ceremony in November 2019 at the Sauk County Courthouse.
Car vs. trees
A Mitsubishi car sits damaged at the foot of trees in February 2020 in the 12000 block of Highway 33 after its driver left the roadway for an unknown reason while driving westbound toward Baraboo. The crash rerouted traffic for about half an hour and limited drivers to one lane throughout the afternoon.
Robert Pulvermacher, right, listens as family members of Harold Johnson, an 88-year-old Pulvermacher stabbed to death in January 2019, read statements about how the murder has affected their lives during Pulvermacher's sentencing hearing Dec. 1 at the Sauk County Courthouse.
Amber Lundgren hearing
Amber Lundgren, center, appears in December 2019 in Sauk County Circuit Court with attorneys Andrew Martinez, left, and Taylor Hart.
Wenzel and Van Wagner in courtroom
William Wenzel, right, appears in August 2019 in Sauk County Circuit Court alongside defense attorney Christopher Van Wagner. Wenzel stood mute and pleaded not guilty to five felony charges of possession of child pornography.
Sauk County Sheriff Chip Meister awards Deputy Brian Schlough with a pin in June 2019 commemorating his successful March 22 lifesaving attempt.
Judge Klicko and attorneys Martinez and Spoentgen
Judge Wendy Klicko confers with defense attorney Andrew Martinez, left, and Assistant District Attorney Rick Spoentgen, right, in July 2019 in Sauk County Circuit Court during the sentence hearing on sexual abuse charges for Riley M. Roth, 18, of Reedsburg.
Amber Lundgren homicide hearing
Amber Lundgren, right, sits quietly crying next to her attorney Andrew Martinez during a preliminary hearing in January 2020 at the Sauk County Courthouse. Lundgren faces life imprisonment for a first degree intentional homicide charge after admittedly shooting a man in September 2019.
Riley Roth at sentencing hearing
Defendant Riley M. Roth, 18, right, listens while a sexual assault victim's older brother delivers a victim impact statement in July 2019 in Sauk County Circuit Court. Defense attorney Andrew Martinez, left, represented Roth at the sentencing hearing.
Nigerian woman gets 3 years prison in Reedsburg fasting death case
Titilayo A. Omosebi reads from a prepared statement during her sentencing hearing in April 2019 in Sauk County Circuit Court as her attorney, Michael Covey of Madison, looks on.
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