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Three accused repeat marijuana offenders appeared in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday afternoon, part of a lengthy afternoon docket at times hampered by ongoing technology problems from the weekend storms.

Timothy A. Duncan, 30, Mercer, is charged with felony possession of THC, second or subsequent offense, and misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing an officer, all with a repeat offender enhancement.

Duncan was placed on a $2,000 signature bond Friday, with conditions that he not consume or possess controlled substances illegally and maintain absolute sobriety. He made an official initial appearance Monday afternoon and remains jailed on a probation hold.

Kendra L. Hansen, 22, 12003 Hwy. 64, is charged with felony bail jumping and four misdemeanors: possession of THC, possession of an illegally obtained prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia, and property theft.

Hansen was ordered to a $3,000 cash bond on Friday.

According to the complaints, a Langlade County Sergeant and an Antigo Police Detective Sergeant went to a town of Ackley residence last Thursday evening seeking Hansen, who had an active arrest warrant. They made contact with Duncan and believed he was exhibiting behaviors consistent with being under the influence of methamphetamine.

Duncan had just exited a camper located on the property, and he initially denied that anyone else was inside the camper.

The officers then located Hansen inside the camper, and were granted permission to search the camper. The search located three pipes, including a makeshift pipe fashioned from a socket, with a substance consistent with burnt marijuana inside.

The search also located several prescription pill bottles, including one with the alleged theft victim's name on it, which contained two pills of Amoxicillin. Hansen said she had taken the pills to treat an infection. The rightful owner of the pills was upset to learn they had been taken, and confirmed that Hansen and Duncan had been staying in the camper.

Hansen denied any knowledge of the pipes that were found.

Hansen had been free on a $2,000 cash bond posted on March 18 for charges of possession of meth, possession of amphetamine/LSD/Psilocin, possession of THC, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Duncan was previously convicted of three counts of forgery in January 2017 and possession with intent to deliver counterfeit narcotics as a repeat offender in October 2009.

In a separate case, Watt A. Gee, 57, 613 Edison St., is charged with two felonies, possession with intent to deliver THC and bail jumping, and one misdemeanor, possesion of drug paraphernalia, all with a repeat offender enhancement. He was ordered to a $1,000 cash bond with the condition that he not possess or consume controlled substances illegally.

According to the complaint, two Antigo police officers entered an Edison Street tavern at 11:31 a.m. Sunday and located Gee seated with another individual, in the process of breaking up a green leafy vegetable material.

Gee became upset that the officers were there, and complained about going to jail. He then removed a green scale from his pocket and placed it on the table, which the officer recognized as paraphernalia used to weigh marijuana. He then asked the officer to throw the marijuana away and that no one at the bar would say anything.

The suspected marijuana tested positive for THC and weighed a total of 14 grams.

Gee had been free after posting a $500 cash bond on Dec. 10, 2018 for charges of possession with intent to deliver THC and possession of THC, both second or subsequent offenses, and possession of drug paraphernalia, all as a repeat offender.

Gee was previously convicted of felony possession of THC, second offense, misdemeanor possession of THC, and possession of drug paraphernalia in two separate cases on Jan. 9, 2018.
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Repeat marijuana offenders face felony charges, bond terms set
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Three accused repeat marijuana offenders appeared in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday afternoon, part of a lengthy afternoon docket at times hampered by ongoing technology problems from the weekend storms.

Timothy A. Duncan, 30, Mercer, is charged with felony possession of THC, second or subsequent offense, and misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing an officer, all with a repeat offender enhancement.

Duncan was placed on a $2,000 signature bond Friday, with conditions that he not consume or possess controlled substances illegally and maintain absolute sobriety. He made an official initial appearance Monday afternoon and remains jailed on a probation hold.

Kendra L. Hansen, 22, 12003 Hwy. 64, is charged with felony bail jumping and four misdemeanors: possession of THC, possession of an illegally obtained prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia, and property theft.

Hansen was ordered to a $3,000 cash bond on Friday.

According to the complaints, a Langlade County Sergeant and an Antigo Police Detective Sergeant went to a town of Ackley residence last Thursday evening seeking Hansen, who had an active arrest warrant. They made contact with Duncan and believed he was exhibiting behaviors consistent with being under the influence of methamphetamine.

Duncan had just exited a camper located on the property, and he initially denied that anyone else was inside the camper.

The officers then located Hansen inside the camper, and were granted permission to search the camper. The search located three pipes, including a makeshift pipe fashioned from a socket, with a substance consistent with burnt marijuana inside.

The search also located several prescription pill bottles, including one with the alleged theft victim's name on it, which contained two pills of Amoxicillin. Hansen said she had taken the pills to treat an infection. The rightful owner of the pills was upset to learn they had been taken, and confirmed that Hansen and Duncan had been staying in the camper.

Hansen denied any knowledge of the pipes that were found.

Hansen had been free on a $2,000 cash bond posted on March 18 for charges of possession of meth, possession of amphetamine/LSD/Psilocin, possession of THC, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Duncan was previously convicted of three counts of forgery in January 2017 and possession with intent to deliver counterfeit narcotics as a repeat offender in October 2009.

In a separate case, Watt A. Gee, 57, 613 Edison St., is charged with two felonies, possession with intent to deliver THC and bail jumping, and one misdemeanor, possesion of drug paraphernalia, all with a repeat offender enhancement. He was ordered to a $1,000 cash bond with the condition that he not possess or consume controlled substances illegally.

According to the complaint, two Antigo police officers entered an Edison Street tavern at 11:31 a.m. Sunday and located Gee seated with another individual, in the process of breaking up a green leafy vegetable material.

Gee became upset that the officers were there, and complained about going to jail. He then removed a green scale from his pocket and placed it on the table, which the officer recognized as paraphernalia used to weigh marijuana. He then asked the officer to throw the marijuana away and that no one at the bar would say anything.

The suspected marijuana tested positive for THC and weighed a total of 14 grams.

Gee had been free after posting a $500 cash bond on Dec. 10, 2018 for charges of possession with intent to deliver THC and possession of THC, both second or subsequent offenses, and possession of drug paraphernalia, all as a repeat offender.

Gee was previously convicted of felony possession of THC, second offense, misdemeanor possession of THC, and possession of drug paraphernalia in two separate cases on Jan. 9, 2018.
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