PLATTEVILLE — Two defendants remain in the Grant County court system nearly six months after the May 2 Platteville drug raid that resulted in 21 arrests.
Andrew J. Fells, 24, Milwaukee, pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to one count of manufacture or delivery of marijuana.
Fells was placed on one year probation, including $638 in court costs and reimbursing the Richland–Iowa–Grant Drug Task Force for the drug buy costs, to remain a full-time student or worker, and submitting to random drug tests. A 60-day jail sentence was stayed as part of the probation term.
Kamal T. Abdelrahim, 22, Milwaukee, also pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to one count of manufacture or delivery of marijuana.
Abdelrahim was placed on two years probation, including 60 days in jail, and reimbursing the drug task force.
The two remaining defendants are Ryan L. Schlosser, 22, Skokie, Ill., and Cole Douglas Durdan, 21, 1460 Cody Parkway #1.
Schlosser has a plea/sentencing hearing scheduled this week on one count of manufacture or delivery of marijuana.
Durdan has a status conference scheduled for Monday at 11 a.m. on three counts of manufacture or delivery of marijuana.
Twenty-one people were arrested as the result of a 10-month-long investigation by the Drug Task Force. To date, none of the defendants have been sentenced to more than two years probation.
The raids and arrests were conducted by Platteville, Dodgeville and Richland Center police; UW–Platteville police; the Grant, Iowa and Richland county sheriff’s departments; and the state Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation.