Suspect arrested after delivering heroin in Tomah
Tomah police assisted Monroe County Joint Investigative Task Force
MONROE COUNTY, Wis. (WKBT) — Law enforcement in Tomah arrested a 22-year-old man from Madison and a 28-year-old woman from Edgerton on drug charges.
The Tomah Police Department said Sedale Lacey-Robinson traveled to Tomah to deliver three grams of heroin to a confidential informant in the City of Tomah on December 24.
At about 2:27 a.m. on December 24, Tomah police officers observed the sale of heroin take place. They followed the suspect’s vehicle and conducted a traffic stop as it was leaving the Tomah area on Interstate 94.
Tomah police said the people in the vehicle tried to throw money out of the window of the vehicle. The $500 was later recovered and police determined it was the money used to buy the heroin.
Police said the driver of the vehicle, Lacey-Robinson sold the heroin to the confidential informant. He was arrested for manufacture/delivery of heroin and the possession of a narcotic drug/heroin.
The passenger of the vehicle, Kari Bull was hiding a baggy of marijuana within a body cavity, Tomah police said. Bull turned over the marijuana to officers at the police station. She was arrested for possession of marijuana. Lacey-Robinson and Bull were transported to the Monroe County Jail.
The Tomah Police Department assisted the Monroe County Joint Investigative Task Force in making the arrests. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and the Wisconsin State Patrol also assisted in the investigation.