Oak Creek Man Busted In Drug Sting
Suspect allegedly sold high-grade marijuana to undercover police on two separate occasions.
A 42-year-old Oak Creek man is facing a felony drug charge after he allegedly sold marijuana to undercover police two different times.
David A. Lewandowski was charged in Milwaukee County Circuit Court Tuesday with one count of delivering a controlled substance. If convicted, he could face up to 3 ½ years in prison and $10,000 in fines.
According to the criminal complaint:
Undercover police set up a drug deal with Lewandowski in which they would purchase high-grade marijuana in the parking lot of a tavern near Highway 32 and Old Ryan Road. When they arrived, Lewandowski was standing in the parking lot and wearing a neck brace, and walked to the officer's car and conducted the deal.
The officer set up a second deal with Lewandowski on Dec. 19, agreeing to meet at a gas station on Chicago Road. Lewandowski told the officer he didn't remember him from the last time and wanted to move the deal to Bender Park.
He was then taken into custody and admitted to "middling" marijuana sales for a short period of time.
Lewandowski is currently free on $1,000 cash bail.