(Watertown) A Watertown man will spend four years in prison and five years on extended supervision for selling drugs. Joseph Lehmann sold $50 worth of crack and heroin from his residence to a confidential informant in October of 2018. One month later, officers conducted another controlled buy from the 34-year-old and obtained another bag of crack cocaine. Upon completing a field test, the crack cocaine tested positive for Fentanyl. After his initial appearance, the defendant was arrested for additional possession of drug charges and bail jumping in Dodge, Jefferson and Shawano counties. At sentencing, District Attorney Kurt Klomberg called Lehman a drug addict who exhibited the kind of behavior that is designed to get a person addicted to opiates so they become a repeat customer.