JACKSON COUNTY, Wis. - What began as a traffic stop led to the arrest of four people on several drug charges in Jackson County.
On Wednesday, March 13, a Jackson County Sheriff's Deputy stopped Buffalo Bear Campbell, 33, of Black River Falls, for a traffic stop for an equipment violation on a vehicle at Gebhardt Road and River Road in Brockway Township.
Deputies say Campbell was driving on a revoked driver's license and was arrested for the traffic violation. A K-9 unit was called and alerted deputies to narcotics inside the vehicle. Campbell was arrested for possession of a controlled substance/intent to deliver.
Deputies continued their investigation and, executed two search warrants. Deputies found methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia at a home on Mission Road in Komensky Township and on Maplewood Court in Brockway Township.
Jackson County Sheriff's deputies arrested Gabriel Decorah, 44, Celeste Goff, 55, and Starlene Grant-Decorah, 24, all from Black River Falls, on several drug charges.
Gabriel Decorah and Starlene Grant-Decorah face charges for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Gabriel Decorah also faces a maintaining a drug house charge. Goff faces charges for possession of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jackson County Sheriff Duane Waldera said in the past, "the most dangerous drug in Jackson County" was marijuana. But now he is seeing methamphetamine and heroin usage and sales escalate.
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