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Police: Another arrest made in Baraboo drug case

Published On: Nov 16 2012 01:03:46 PM CST
BARABOO, Wis. -

A fourth man was arrested after an investigation and search of a Baraboo home found heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia, according to the Sauk County Drug Task Force.

Jacob R. Wagner, 30, of Wisconsin Dells was arrested on suspicion of party to the crime of manufacture/delivery of heroin and possession of heroin.

Two Baraboo residents and a Portage man were arrested earlier this week on suspicion of multiple felony drug charges. Police said Bobby Kalista, 31, of Baraboo and Dustin Kotula, 28, also of Baraboo, were charged with manufacturing and delivering heroin and maintaining a drug house. The three were arrested after the task force searched the residence at 215 Seventh Ave. in Baraboo.

The task force’s investigation is ongoing, the group stated.

Officers from the Baraboo Police Department, Sauk County Sheriff’s Office, Sauk Prairie Police Department, Lake Delton Police Department, Reedsburg Police Department, LaValle Police Department, Plain Police Department and the Spring Green Police Department and Wisconsin State Patrol make up the Sauk County Drug Task Force.

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