Milwaukee Man Sentenced To Prison Following Parole Violations From 2018 Drug Conviction

(Beaver Dam) A Milwaukee man convicted for selling cocaine out of a Beaver Dam storage unit was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison for failing to stay out of trouble while on probation. In 2017, officers performed a building check on the 100 block of Stoddart Street – now called Bill McCollum Way – in an industrial warehouse, some of which has been converted into storage units. There they found Anthony Sartin along with a large amount of currency, multiple cellphones, a digital scale and a three baggies filled with cocaine. When Sartin was searched at the Dodge County Jail, staff found another 12 baggies during a search. Just under 15 grams of cocaine was located. Sartin was given three years of probation with eight months in jail for this incident. While on probation the 26-year-old used marijuana, left the county without approval, operated a vehicle while intoxicated and fled from police. This caused the revocation of his probation. Sartin was also placed on extended supervision for two years.