Reeseville Man Sentenced To Prison For Cocaine Trafficking

(Lowell) A Reeseville man arrested in a multi-agency drug bust was sentenced Monday to six-and-a-half years in prison. In September, Victor Adamemares entered a guilty plea to felony counts of Manufacturing – Delivering Cocaine and Possession with Intent to Sell Cocaine. The Dodge Count Drug Task Force, Wisconsin Department of Criminal Investigation, and the Jefferson County Drug Task Force conducted an investigation over several months that resulted in a search warrant being executed in March at a residence in Lowell. Over 700 grams of cocaine, $9000 dollars in cash, and three firearms were seized during the operation. Authorities tracked Adamemares delivering over 170 grams of cocaine to a confidential informant. During sentencing, District Attorney Kurt Klomberg called Adamemares a dealer’s dealer and that he needs to spend a lengthy time in prison for moving thousands of dollars of cocaine into Dodge County. In addition to prison, the 39-year-old was placed on extended supervision for 12 years and he must give $9,600 to the Jefferson County Drug Task Force.