UPDATE: 3 Charged in Wis. Rapids Drug Bust

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UPDATE: Mon 2:43 PM, Jan. 6, 2014

Three people are now charged following a Dec. 20 drug bust in Wisconsin Rapids. Investigators say the home, located on the 100 block of 15th Avenue S., is 1,000 feet from a school.

A lieutenant with the police department says about $1,000 worth of heroin was seized from the residence.

Jennifer Wilbourn, 31, and Terri Moore, 29, are both charged with maintaining a drug trafficking place. Moore faces an additional count of possession of THC.

Jamal Jones, 19, is charged with possession with intent to sell heroin, possession of THC, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to court document and confidential informant had previously purchased cocaine and the home. Officers seized the money, which had been prerecorded, during the search.

Online court records show all three suspects are free on signature bonds. No future courts dates have been set.

Four children; ages 3 to 9, were in the home at the time. Wood County Human Services has intervened.

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ORIGINAL STORY: Fri 4:24 PM, Dec. 20, 2013

Two people are in custody in the Wood County Jail after a drug bust early Friday morning in Wisconsin Rapids.

It happened around 7 a.m .on the 100 block of 15th Avenue South in Wisconsin Rapids.

A lieutenant with the police department says about $1,000 worth of heroin was seized from the residence.

A 31-year-old woman and a 29-year-old man are expected to be charged with possession of THC and possession of heroin with intent to deliver.

Their names will not be released until formal charges are filed.

Four children; ages 3 to 9, were in the home at the time. Wood County Human Services has intervened.


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