Rockford Scanner™: Two Arrested For Allegedly Manufacturing Meth




On Monday, 04/29/19 at 1103 hours, the Rock County SWAT Team with assistance from the DCI Clandestine Lab Team executed a search warrant at 1101 S. County Highway D in Rock Township. These units were assisted by Janesville Fire/EMS, MD-1 and the FBI Safe Streets Task Force. The search warrant was executed as part of an ongoing investigation being conducted by the Rock County Special Investigations Unit into the manufacturing of methamphetamine’s. Presently, this remains an active investigation and further information will be released as it becomes available.
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***UPDATE***

During the search of the residence on County Road D, numerous items associated with the “one pot” method of manufacturing methamphetamine’s were located along with less than a gram of methamphetamine’s. During the evening hours of Monday, 04/29/19, two individuals were taken into custody as part of this investigation. The two subjects were taken into custody without incident by members of the Special Investigations Unit at an unassociated address in the City of Janesville.

The individuals arrested and the charges they are tentatively being held on are listed below:

James E. Bjork (47 year old from Janesville)
–Manufacture Methamphetamine (Felony)
–Possession of Methamphetamine Paraphernalia (Felony)
–Knowingly Possess Methamphetamine Manufacturing Waste (Felony)
–Maintaining Drug Trafficking Premises (Felony)
–Neglecting a Child (Misdemeanor, 3 counts)

Stacey R. Femrite-Utterberg (45 years old from Janesville)
–Manufacture Methamphetamine (PTAC, Felony)
–Possession of Methamphetamine Paraphernalia (Felony)
–Knowingly Possess Methamphetamine Manufacturing Waste (Felony)
–Maintaining Drug Trafficking Premises (Felony)
–Neglecting a Child (Misdemeanor, 3 counts)

Both individuals were transported to the Rock County Jail and will remain there until their initial court appearance on 05/01/19 at 3:00 pm.

This still remains an active investigation and other information will be released as it becomes available.

Pursuant to the directive of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3.6, Trial Publicity, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

 





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