Two Fairview residents face multiple charges after Crawford County Sheriff’s Department officers allegedly found drugs and evidence indicating the manufacture of methamphetamine in their home during a search conducted on Thursday, Feb. 13 at approximately 5:25 p.m.
Vincent Dahlberg, 51, and Andrea Dahlberg, 37, face charges for manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of Schedule II narcotics and child endangerment, authorities reported.
The search was executed at a residence, located at 13812 Highway 27 in the unincorporated Town of Fairview. The search was the result of an eight-month investigation into the manufacture of methamphetamine.
Numerous items associated with manufacturing and delivering methamphetamine were found, according to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department. Materials found at the scene, according to the sheriff’s department, included remnants of several ‘one-pot’ methamphetamine labs suggesting the manufacturing practices have been taking place for sometime.
Two children were removed from the home and placed under the protection of Crawford County Public Health and Human Services.
During the investigation, police also arrested Kellene Cull, 41, at the home on an outstanding warrant. Cull may also face charges associated with the investigation.
Assisting at the scene were the Vernon County Sheriff’s Department, Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation, Seneca Fire Department and Ocooch Mountain Rescue.
The case remains under investigation, according to the sheriff’s department.