Dodge County Woman Indicted In Multi-State Drug Trafficking Organization

(Lomira) A Dodge County woman was one of 15 people charged in a multi-state drug trafficking organization. Betty Daniels of Lomira was federally indicted following a long-term investigation that resulted in the seizure of kilogram quantities of fentanyl, heroin, meth, cocaine, and marijuana. Five people from Milwaukee are also facing charges as well as four from California, three from Minnesota, and two from Illinois.

According to court records federal, state, and local law enforcement officers executed search warrants in Milwaukee, Chicago, Minnesota, and California on November 29th. During the search warrants authorities found over 10 kilograms of fentanyl, approximately seven-and-a-half-kilograms of cocaine, more than one kilogram of meth, nearly two kilograms of heroin, approximately 170 pounds of marijuana, over $450-thousand-dollars, and 19 firearms.

Federal prosecutors say many of the individuals were also charged in a money laundering conspiracy based upon their alleged use of business accounts to conceal drug proceeds.