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2 suspected of dealing heroin, cocaine, pot in Sun Prairie

Published On: Mar 20 2014 11:03:39 AM CDT   Updated On: Mar 20 2014 03:32:18 PM CDT

Dane County Sheriff's Dept.

Sirree Grant, 31; Ronald Kimbrough, 31; Stephanie Schneeberg, 36

MADISON, Wis. -

Officials said a Sun Prairie man and woman are accused of dealing heroin, cocaine and marijuana after police allegedly found nearly $7,000 worth of drugs in a search of their home.

The Dane County Sheriff's Department said Thursday its Narcotics Task Force and Sun Prairie police searched a duplex on Tall Grass Trail Tuesday.

The sheriff's department said it seized 24 grams of heroin, more than 62 grams of cocaine base and more than 117 grams of marijuana from the home. A loaded .40 caliber handgun with several rounds of ammunition, drug packaging materials and paraphernalia were also found.

Sheriff's department spokeswoman Elise Schaffer told News 3 that the heroin seized was worth approximately $3,700, the cocaine was worth about $2,600 and the THC was worth about $640.

Ronald Kimbrough, 31, and Stephanie Schneeberg, 36, who were both living in the home were taken into custody, according to the report.

Kimbrough was charged with four counts of delivery of heroin; party to a crime of possession with intent to deliver cocaine base, heroin and THC; and maintaining a drug dwelling.

Another man, 31-year-old Sirree Grant, was taken into custody on a parole hold, the sheriff's department said. 

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