A 28-year-old Antigo woman, charged with manufacture/deliver heroin, party to a crime, in Land O’ Lakes in 2018, had a preliminary hearing set for May 20 at 11:30 a.m. at her initial appearance in Vilas County Circuit Court last week.

Kimberli J. Squiller was released on a $2,000 signature bond with the condition she maintain absolute sobriety. It was noted that other pending Vilas County traffic cases for Squiller will track with the felony charge. 

According to the complaint, law enforcement officers responded to a residence in the town of Lincoln for a possible heroin overdose March 21, 2018. The male subject was later pronounced deceased at the hospital.

During the investigation of the overdose death,  Squiller was interviewed, telling authorities she used heroin that day with the victim and Chad A. Goll, 33, of Eagle River. Squiller told investigators she also travelled with Goll  to a residence off of Highway E in the town of Land O’ Lakes March 31, 2018. She said Goll went into the residence with a backpack and returned about 20 minutes later, according to the complaint. Squiller said she then drove Goll to another residence on Highway E, but closer to Highway 45. On the way, she said Goll injected himself with heroin, according to the complaint. 

When they got to the second residence, Squiller and Goll went into the house, and Goll took three preloaded syringes out of his backpack. According to the complaint, Goll shot up Squiller, then a person at the house and then himself.

Goll pleaded no contest to an amended charge of second-degree reckless homicide in the overdose death March 21, 2018, and his sentencing has been set for May 6 at 3 p.m. 

In other felony cases, Thomas M. Bretz, 44, of Phelps, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of an illegally-obtained prescription and possession of narcotic drugs, had a preliminary hearing set for May 8 at 11:30 a.m.

Bretz also faces two counts of felony bail jumping because he also is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and felony bail jumping in Oneida County due to an incident April 24, 2018. Bretz is free on a $1,000 cash bond.

According to the complaint in Vilas County, law enforcement officers conducted a search warrant at 2641 Holiday Lodge Lane in Phelps Dec. 13, 2018, as part of an ongoing drug investigation that possibly involved Bretz. Officers allegedly located various items to ingest, inhale or inject controlled substances, and Gabapentin without a prescription, according to the complaint. Bretz was taken into custody during a traffic stop in Eagle River.

Anne L. Graveen, 30, of Minocqua, charged with possession of methamphetamine (meth), possession of an illegally-obtained prescription and two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping, was not in court March 18 for an adjourned initial appearance and a $1,000 bench warrant was authorized by Court Commissioner Steven Garbowicz. A volunteer appearance was scheduled for March 19 at 1 p.m., but Graveen again missed the appearance. No appearance was made on March 20, so Garbowicz signed the warrant.

According to the complaint, law enforcement officers were called to Lake of the Torches Casino about 5:36 p.m. Feb. 2 because Graveen was in the casino and was previously prohibited from being there. Security personnel said Graveen had been at the casino three times the last week and wanted her cited for trespassing, according to the complaint. Officers located Graveen at the Lac du Flambeau Country Market and she was arrested for allegedly possessing Gabapentin without a prescription and a bindle with a clear crystal material suspected as meth.

Robert P. Fritz, 50, of Rhinelander, charged with forgery-uttering, forgery-writings or objects, and theft of moveable property under $2,500, was not in court Feb. 11 and a $2,000 bench warrant was authorized. He did not make a voluntary appearance March 21, as scheduled.

According to the complaint, Fritz allegedly wrote a check for $50 at Shotskis in the town of Lincoln July 23, 2018, using a check from Diamondback Pest Management. The owner of the business said Fritz did not have permission to use the check. Fritz, who was dressed in Diamondback Pest Management clothing and was driving a company truck, said he was using the money for gas. A woman doing paperwork for the company noticed the check on Aug. 2, 2018, according to the complaint, and reported it to authorities.

Jasmine R. Dereagon, 28, of Lac du Flambeau, charged with possession of meth, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and neglecting a child, had a preliminary hearing set for May 3 at 11:30 a.m. Her $1,000 signature bond was continued.

According to the complaint, law enforcement officers went to Deragon’s apartment on Elks Point Lane in Lac du Flambeau March 11 to investigate the alleged selling and using of meth at the property. When Deragon opened the door, officers reported a strong odor of burnt marijuana as well as child in the living room. The officers then requested and initiated a search warrant and allegedly located a steel grinder, a baggie with 3.1 grams of marijuana and a bindle with a white residue in the bedroom, and a smoking pipe, used syringes and a digital scale in the living room, according to the complaint.

Amy R. Schuman, 44, of Lac du Flambeau, charged with battery or threat to a judge, prosecutor or law enforcement officer, disorderly conduct and possession of an illegally-obtained prescription, had a preliminary hearing set for May 13 at 11:30 a.m. Her $1,000 signature bond was continued.

According to the complaint, law enforcement officers responded to a complaint at Lake of the Torches Casino in Lac du Flambeau at 1:02 a.m. March 3 that 

Schuman was causing a disturbance. Schuman told officers she was hit by another woman and refused medial treatment. Security personnel told officers that Schuman allegedly played a role in the altercation. When officers attempted to arrest and handcuff Schuman, she allegedly kicked an officer in the right thigh. After she was transported to the Vilas County Jail, Schuman allegedly possessed a Suboxone strip without a prescription, according to the complaint.

Annette S. Poupart, 53, of Lac du Flambeau, charged with possession of meth, possession of marijuana (second plus offense) and possession of drug paraphernalia, had a preliminary hearing set for May 20 at 1:30 p.m. Her $2,000 signature bond was continued with the conditions she no possess an illegal substance and she maintain absolute sobriety.

According to the complaint, Poupart called law enforcement officers at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 18, 2018, because there were people at her Lac du Flambeau residence that she did not want there. Officers responded to 307 Cree Ave. and nobody was located and Poupart allegedly became agitated. Officers eventually transported her to the Lac du Flambeau Police Department, where she allegedly possessed a green leafy substance suspected as marijuana in a piece of aluminum foil, pipes with a residue suspected as marijuana, straws, a lighter and a gem bag with a while crystal suspected as meth, according to the complaint.

Timothy J. Zimmerman, 32, of Lac du Flambeau, charged with two counts of felony bail jumping, had a preliminary hearing set for May 3 at 8:30 a.m. He is being held on a $300 cash bond.

According to the complaint, Zimmerman was convicted of fourth-offense operating while intoxicated Aug. 22, 2016, in Vilas County. Law enforcement officers received a call at 1:54 a.m. March 15, 2019, that Zimmerman was in Legend’s Bar in Lac du Flambeau and that he currently was on bond for an open felony case in Vilas County with a no alcohol and no tavern stipulation. He was arrested.