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Five arrested in Forest County for dealing drug, authorities promise more arrests

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Five arrested in Forest County for dealing drug, authorities promise more arrests

In Forest County, the police announced that they have arrested five people for drug dealing and possession, and they indicated that more arrests were likely going to follow. The Forest County Sheriff’s office arrested Mackenzi McGeshick, Marcus Morris, Rhonda Rachal, Shawna Rachal, and Xavier Teller starting back on February 12.

These suspects have all been charged with either selling or carrying heroin, cocaine, and prescription narcotics. During the 4-month police investigation, multiple controlled buys were used to catch the suspects. The charges are likely to vary in severity regarding potential penalties.

McGeshick was arrested for delivery of heroin and cocaine, as well as bail jumping. Morris was arrested for distribution of heroin and methamphetamine. Rhonda Rachal was arrested for delivery of heroin, cocaine, and maintaining a drug trafficking house. Shawna Rachal was arrested for delivery of prescription narcotics and maintaining a drug trafficking house. Teller was arrested for delivery of methamphetamine.

As part of their investigation, the police are still looking for at least four others from the Northwoods and beyond. Those individuals include Charish Douyette, wanted for delivery of prescription narcotics; Mathilda Caron, wanted for delivery of cocaine and prescription narcotics; Thomas Klitzka, wanted for delivery of heroin; and Sheena Tuckwab, wanted for delivery of heroin.

There was no information released regarding whether or not any bail hearings had been held or if any bail had been set for these individuals. No details were released regarding whether or not additional charges were going to be filed by the prosecutor’s office. No information regarding their legal representation was released.

 

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