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Woman arrested in Colfax drug raid found guilty on other drug charges

By LeAnn R. Ralph

MENOMONIE — A 39-year-old woman arrested during a drug raid in Colfax entered a plea of no contest and was found guilty for an earlier case in which she was charged with one felony count of manufacturing and delivering methamphetamine.

Alicia L. McMullin appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court April 6 before Judge James Peterson.

Judge Peterson accepted McMullin’s plea of no contest on one felony count of manufacturing and delivering methamphetamine and dismissed but read into the record for sentencing one felony count of purchasing pseudoephedrine for another with the intent to facilitate the manufacture of methamphetamine.

McMullin was arrested on the two felony drug charges last summer.

McMullin also was arrested during a drug raid in Colfax March 25.

Judge Peterson dismissed one felony count of bail jumping and one misdemeanor count of possessing drug paraphernalia that were the result of the March 25 drug raid.

Before the plea hearing, McMullin was scheduled for a jury trial April 8 and April 9 for last summer’s felony drug charges.

Judge Peterson withheld sentencing on the felony drug charges, and as a condition, ordered McMullin to be on probation for three years and ordered six months in jail with 45 days of confinement.

McMullin also was ordered by the court to participate in an alcohol and other drugs assessment (AODA) and ordered that she be evaluated for treatment court, and if eligible, that McMullin is required to complete treatment court.

McMullin was arrested March 25 at 601 Main Street in the apartment of Dennis Mittelstadt.

Following the drug raid, Mittelstadt was charged with two felony counts of manufacturing or delivering methamphetamine, one felony count each of maintaining a drug trafficking place and bail jumping, along with one misdemeanor count of possessing drug paraphernalia.

Mittelstadt also is charged with one felony count of possessing methamphetamine and two misdemeanor counts of possessing drug paraphernalia and bail jumping after a search warrant was executed at his apartment in December.

Mittelstadt is scheduled for a plea hearing in Dunn County Circuit Court April 28 on the case from December and on the case associated with the March 25 drug raid.