Milwaukee Man Imprisoned After Cavity Search Reveals 23 Grams Of Cocaine

(Beaver Dam) A Milwaukee man was sentenced Wednesday to three-and-a-half years in prison for selling drugs in Dodge County. Octavious Hayes entered a no contest plea in May to a felony county of Possession with Intent to Deliver Cocaine and had a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge dismissed but read into the record. The 19-year-old was arrested on the marijuana charge following the search of a Beaver Dam residence in January. While he was being interviewed, a Beaver Dam Police detective became suspicious that he was hiding more drugs. A search at the Dodge County Jail revealed that Hayes had 23 grams of cocaine hidden in his anus. District Attorney Kurt Klomberg says Hayes is a drug dealer who came to Dodge County for no other purpose than to sell drugs and “line his pockets by furthering the misery of drug addiction in our community.”  In handing down the sentence, Judge Martin DeVries noted that probation was not appropriate in this case because selling drugs in the community requires punishment. In addition to prison time, Hayes will spend four years on extended supervision after his release.