LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - La Crosse police arrested a man for possession with intent to deliver cocaine and other charges Tuesday.
Larry D. Baldwin, 47, of La Crosse was arrested July 11 while out on bond for drug charges from a May arrest, police said.
La Crosse police investigators along with the La Crosse Police Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant at Baldwin's home at 1315 South 4th Street, apartment #3 after a police informant purchased cocaine from Baldwin, a criminal complaint said.
The warrant netted 35.6 grams of powder cocaine, 19.1 grams of crack cocaine, 5-knotted corner baggies of crack cocaine weighing a total of 3.2 grams, a scale, 14 plastic baggies with the corners missing and $1073 cash. The estimated street value of the seized drugs is $5700, police said.
Baldwin is being charged with the following:
-Delivery of Cocaine
-Possession with intent to deliver cocaine greater than 40 grams
-Maintaining a drug trafficking place
-2 counts of felony bail jumping
-Possession of drug paraphernalia
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