UPDATE: Fri 12:12 PM, Dec. 27, 2013
A 29-year-old man accused of selling amphetamine to another man at a Rhinelander restaurant says he is not guilty.
Pedro Jacinto entered the plea Friday in Oneida County Circuit Court. Jacinto's attorney also filed a motion to have his clients bond lowered from $1,000 cash. That motion was denied.
According to court documents Randy Zadnik, the owner of Zadnik's Brick Oven Bistro, told investigators he had purchased one gram of methamphetamine for $80 on approximately Dec. 11.
Zadnik is charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of narcotics.
He's free on a $1,500 cash bond and will return to court on Jan. 22.
ORIGINAL STORY: Tues 6:37 PM, Dec. 17, 2013
One person has been charged and another is facing charges after the investigation into drug activity at a Rhinelander business.
Randy Zadnik, 45, the owner Zadnik's Brick Oven Bistro is now charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of narcotics after a search of his business and personal vehicle. According court documents investigators seized a light bulb that tested positive for having meth residue at the business. The criminal complaint states Zadnik had adderall, xanax and morphine pills in his pockets.
According to court documents Zadnik told investigators he had purchased one gram of methamphetamine for $80 on approximately Dec. 11.
Pedro Jacinto, 29, of Rhinelander is accused of selling Zadnik the methamphetamine. He's expected to be charged with manufacturing or delivering methamphetamine; however no future court date has yet been set. Jacinto is behind bars in the Oneida County Jail.
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