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Reeseville man appears in court after being found with at least $30K in cocaine

A block of cocaine that was confiscated from a town of Lowell residence on Thursday is shown here. The drugs were seized when law enforcement conducted a search warrant on the property of Victor Adamemares, who appeared in court on Friday on multiple drug charges.

JUNEAU — A 39-year-old Reeseville man will spend more than six years in prison following a law enforcement investigation that took $35,000 worth of cocaine off of the streets.

Victor M. Adamemares was found guilty in September of one count of manufacturing/delivering more than 40 grams of cocaine and one count of possession with intent to distribute more than 40 grams of cocaine, both felonies. Five other related charges were dismissed, but read into the record.

Dodge County Circuit Court Judge Martin De Vries sentenced Adamemares on Monday to six years and five months of initial incarceration with a 12-year extended sentence. He must pay fines and court costs and forfeits $9,600 of drug money to the Jefferson Drug Task Force. He shall not use, possess, control any controlled substances without a valid prescription or drug paraphernalia, nor be in the presence of anyone who does. He must not possess firearms.

The Dodge County Drug Task Force along with the Jefferson County Drug Task Force and the Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Division of Criminal Investigation conducted a drug investigation over several months that resulted in a search warrant being executed at a residence in the town of Lowell on March 1

According to the criminal complaint, a confidential informant began purchasing cocaine from Adamemares in December 2017 and continued to buy the drug for around $1,500 once or twice a month.

Man appears on charges of having $30,000 of cocaine

Some of the cocaine seized during a search of a Reeseville residence Thursday is shown here. Victor Adamemares, 39, faces multiple drug charges.

A March search found 732.5 grams of cocaine in his residence, which equates to 1.6 pounds, and $9,039 in cash as well as three guns, including an AK47, according to the criminal complaint. Police estimated the street value of the cocaine at $30,000 to $35,000.

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