Marshfield man to appear in court on drug charges
By Hub City Times staff
MARSHFIELD — A Marshfield man will appear in court for charges related to the delivery of heroin and non-narcotic drugs.
On July 25, 2016, Marshfield police were working in conjunction with the Central Wisconsin Drug Task Force and using an undercover officer and a confidential informant.
According to the criminal complaint, the undercover officer and the confidential informant met a man who claimed to be Kelly J. Williquette, 28, of Marshfield in the parking lot of the Tobacco Outlet Plus store on West Upham Street in Marshfield.
Williquette entered the driver’s seat of the undercover vehicle and handed two bindles claimed to be heroin to the informant in exchange for $80.
The bindles were taken to the Wisconsin State Crime Lab and tested positive for heroin.
On Aug. 16, 2016, the same undercover officer using a confidential informant met Williquette in the parking lot of the BMO Harris bank in Marshfield to purchase Zubsolv pills, a controlled substance.
The confidential informant gave Williquette $80 in exchange of four pills believed to be Zubsolv.
Williquette is charged with the manufacture/delivery of heroin, a Class F felony that comes with a $25,000 and/or 12 years and six months imprisonment. He is also charged with the manufacture/delivery of non-narcotics, a Class H felony that comes with a $10,000 fine and/or six years imprisonment.
Williquette will make his initial appearance in Wood County court Feb. 20.