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Elkhorn woman pleads not guilty to meth charges

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Jonah Beleckis
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

ELKHORN—An Elkhorn woman has pleaded not guilty to charges she possessed methamphetamine and paraphernalia related to the drug, court records show.

Walworth County prosecutors say Angelica M. Bowey, 25, admitted to making meth with another woman, Krista Stoll Wobig, at least three times, according to a criminal complaint.

Bowey, Stoll Wobig and Melissa Kuen were charged in September with meth-related offenses, according to their criminal complaints.

Surveillance footage from a Delavan Walgreens showed Bowey entering and leaving with Stoll Wobig shortly before sheriff's Lt. Todd Neumann said he saw Stoll Wobig and Melissa E. Kuen dump a bag of meth materials in a town of Delavan field, according to the complaints.

Police on Sept. 28 executed a search warrant at Bowey's listed address, 219 N. Wisconsin St., Elkhorn. Sheriff's Capt. Robert Hall said they found materials for making meth and believed meth had been made in the home, although the charges against Bowey and others concern other allegations not related to what police reported finding at the home.

Along with her pleas to the two meth charges, Bowey also pleaded not guilty Friday to possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting or obstructing an officer, court records show.

Bowey is scheduled for a December jury trial with a status conference at 1:15 p.m. Nov. 14.



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