UPDATE: Tues 5:54 PM, Mar 11, 2014
The Wood County District Attorney has filed charge against the roommate of Marshfield man jailed on a $500,000 cash bond.
Jordan Staab is charged with two counts of maintaining a drug trafficking place, four charges related to having or selling heroin, and 10 counts of bail jumping, after investigator say he sold heroin to an informant on three occasions.
Tuesday, a charge of delivering heroin was filed against Brittany Gilman, 27.
Court documents say Gilman played a major role when she accepted $300 for nine small packages of heroin and delivered them to an undercover officer hours later.
Gilman is expected to be formally charged on March 24.
ORIGINAL STORY: Mon 4:10 PM, Mar 10, 2014
Bond has been set at $500,000 cash for a 25-year-old Mashfield man accused of selling heroin to an undercover officer on three occasions.
Jordan Staab is charged with two counts of maintaining a drug trafficking place, four charges related to having or selling heroin, and 10 counts of bail jumping. Investigators say one of the buys occurred within 1000' feet of a park, another within 1000' of a school.
Officers from the Central Wisconsin Drug Task Force began conducting undercover buys with Staab in October 2013, according to court documents.
Staab was arrested last month.
Wood County District Attorney Craig Lambert tells NewsChannel 7 the state did request a large cash bond due to the nature Staab's previous felony charges.
According to the criminal complaint Staab told investigators he purchased heroin on a nearly daily basis.
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