Pot Dealing Sisters Arrested On Felony Drug Trafficking Charges

They kept a ledger of drug sales in their home, which reeked of herb. 

By Benjamin H. Smith

Two twenty-something sisters from the town of Sheboygan, Wisconsin are in a mess of trouble after police say they ran their very own marijuana dispensary out of their home. Ariel Koepke , 25, and Autumn Koepke, 21, face felony drug trafficking charges following the execution of a search warrant on February 9, according to The Sheboygan Press newspaper.

According to the criminal complaint, officers said there was “a strong odor of marijuana emanating throughout the house.” Officers found marijuana, cash and paraphernalia, including a scale and baggies. Most damning of all, they found “a drug ledger with names and dollar amounts ranging from $20 to several hundred dollars.”

Both sister were home at the time of the search, as was Ariel’s 1-year-old daughter. Both face felony charges of felony possession with intent to deliver THC, maintaining a drug trafficking place, and possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor. If convicted, each sister could spend up to three-and-a-half years in prison and pay $10,000 in fines, according to Milwaukee’s Fox 6 Now.

[Photo: Sheboygan County Sheriff's Office]

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