Wednesday - July 12, 2017 11:54 pm

Already out on bond for drug charges, Onalaska man arrested for selling "extreme amounts" of cocaine

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The 35-year-old sold coke to undercover police three times.

When police searched his house earlier this week, he tried to run. 

Wednesday, Antjuano Green was in La Crosse County court in a wheelchair.

No word on the 35-year-old's injury, which may or may not have been sustained from trying to flea an arrest. He's been charged him with about a dozen things related to selling cocaine.

This is now the third time Green has been charged with dealing drugs in the last five years. 

He was supposed to do 13 years in prison after a 2012 conviction but his sentence was changed by a judge to "time served" two years into that term.

Since, he's been arrested two more times (2012, 2016), including this week. And, Green was already out of jail on $7,500 bond, awaiting a trial next month on the drug charges from last October.

Now, Green has a few new charges, after police found $16,564 and 13 grams of cocaine when they raided his Onalaska home. That came after they went undercover and bought cocaine from him three times in the last two weeks.

His bond is set at $25,000. 

Photo from search warrant

Charges:

  • Delivery of cocaine greater than 5 grams and not more than 15 grams
  • Two counts of delivery of cocaine greater than 1 and not more than 5 grams
  • Possession with intent to deliver cocaine, 5-15 grams
  • Possession of marijuana
  • Maintaining drug trafficking place
  • Six counts felony bail jumping
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Resisting arrest

 

 

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