Appleton Woman Caught With Over A Pound Of Meth In Dodge County Given 10 Years In Prison

(Lomira) An Appleton woman caught with over a pound of meth in Dodge County was sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday. Tracy Christenson entered a no contest plea in December to a felony count of Possession of Amphetamine.

Christenson was arrested in September of 2020 in Lomira after returning from Milwaukee where she and a business partner purchased $7,000 worth of methamphetamine. The defendant admitted to moving a half pound of meth every other day in the Appleton area.

The 40-year-old said she was selling nearly $10,000 worth of the drug ever two days. Altogether, Christenson and her co-defendant moved roughly 50 pounds of meth in a matter of months.

At sentencing, Dodge County District Attorney Kurt Klomberg called Christenson a high-level drug distributor. He said she has no lawful means of support and her only job is selling meth. Klomberg added that the public wants people like her incarcerated for the protection of the community.

Christenson was also placed on extended supervision for 10 years.