Three People From Dodge County Facing Drug Charges After Bust

(Juneau) Three people from Dodge County are facing charges following a massive drug bust. Cash bond was set at $1-million-dollars for Francisco Javier Gonzalez Diaz of Juneau on multiple felony counts of Delivery of Methamphetamine as well as Maintain a Drug Trafficking Place. Raul De La Garza of Beaver Dam had a $250-thousand-dollar cash bond set on three charges of Deliver Amphetamine. Cash bond was set at $2,500 for Kaila Brenholt of Juneau on a felony count of Maintain a Drug Trafficking Place.

A confidential informant with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office purchased a combined 200 grams of meth on three separate occasions earlier this month. The informant would reportedly meet with Garza at a pre-determined location.

According to the complaint, Diaz would arrive on scene to give the drugs to Garza who made the exchange with the informant. Diaz was tied back to an apartment in Juneau where law enforcement executed a search warrant last Tuesday, November 22nd. Nearly five pounds of meth, just over two pounds of marijuana, and over $51-thousand-dollars in alleged drug money was seized during the search. Two vehicle were also impounded.

Brenholt allegedly lived at the residence with Diaz. When questioned, Diaz reportedly admitted to having ties to the Mexican Drug Cartel and said he makes his money from selling the illegal contraband.

If convicted, the 40-year-old Diaz faces up to 154-and-a-half years in prison. The 51-year-old Garza could see up to 25 years in prison while the 34-year-old Brenholt faces up to 1-and-a-half years behind bars. Diaz has a preliminary hearing scheduled for this Thursday while De La Garza’s and Brenholt’s are set for January 5th.

Pictured from left to right: Francisco Javier Gonzalez Diaz, Raul De La Garza, and Kaila Brehholt