UPDATE: Fri 4:08 PM, Nov. 22, 2013
According to court documents, a search warrant executed Wednesday at a home on the 700 block of Jackson Street yielded more than $14,000 worth of cocaine.
Investigators say two people at the home were arrested.
Adrin Hollie, 39, made his initial appearance Friday in Marathon County Circuit Court.
He's charged with three counts of possessing cocaine with the intent to sell it, two counts illegally possessing a firearm, maintaining a drug trafficking place, and two counts of delivering cocaine.
According to court documents, during a search of the home an officer discovered two guns hidden in the floor joists in the basement along with ammunition stacked on an air duct.
Due to a previous felony conviction, Hollie may not own any weapons.
A 32-year-old woman is also expected to be charged in the case, so far, no charges have yet been filed.
Hollie will return to court on Dec. 2 to learn if his case will head to trial. He's behind bars on a $50,000 cash bond.
ORIGINAL STORY: Wed 10:51 AM, Nov. 20, 2013
The Marathon County Sheriff's Department says two people are facing criminal charges after a drug bust Tuesday in Wausau.
Officers from Marathon County Sheriff’s Department, Wausau Police Department and the Everest Metro Police Department executed a search warrant at a home on the 700 block of Jackson Street. Inside they discovered approximately 62 grams of crack cocaine packaged for street sale.
A 39-year old male was arrested on an arrest warrant for delivery of controlled substances. Investigators also say the suspect will also be charged with two counts of felon in possession of firearms, maintaining a drug trafficking place and possession of crack cocaine with intent to deliver.
A 32-year old female was also arrested for maintaining a drug trafficking place.
During the course of the investigation it was discovered that one of the handguns was reported as stolen from a Marathon County residence.
The suspects name will not be released until charges have been filed.
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