ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) - An Onalaska man appeared in court Tuesday for delivering crack cocaine as a repeater.
Onalaska Police and the La Crosse County Emergency Response Team arrested 37 year old Antwan King Friday at the Kwik Trip on Sand Lake Rd. and Well Street in Onalaska.
That same day, police had conducted a second controlled buy from King. Both produced more than a half gram of crack cocaine.
Authorities also searched his home and found torn corner baggies, a scale, and a black cooking pot with white residue.
Police say all of the items found are consistent with the manufacturing and packaging of the drug.
King has a past drug record.
He was convicted in 2010 for manufacturing and delivering cocaine.
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