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K9 Cade Leads The Way To A Drug Arrest

Deputy Ott of the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office stopped a vehicle in the city of Waupun. When the deputy made contact with the driver, he observed indicators of impairment. The deputy observed further suspicious behavior, and he requested assistance from the Waupun Police Department and a K9 Unit.

Deputy Mayer and K9 Cade of the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office arrived on the scene. K9 Cade was deployed, and he positively alerted to the odor of illicit drugs coming from the motor vehicle. Deputies conducted a search of the motor vehicle, and they located a significant amount of methamphetamine, fentanyl, and drug paraphernalia.

In total, three adults from Oshkosh were arrested on the following charges.

Jeromy Mulvey, age 49: Possession with intent to deliver fentanyl (>10-50 grams) as party to a crime (PTAC), possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine (>50 grams) as PTAC, and two counts of bail jumping (felony).

Shawn Lux, age 48: Possession with intent to deliver fentanyl (>10-50 grams) as PTAC, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine (>50 grams) as PTAC, and bail jumping (felony).

Jane Glunz, age 53: Possession with intent to deliver fentanyl (>10-50 grams) as PTAC, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine (>50 grams) as PTAC, and operating while under the influence (second offense).

The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Waupun Police Department. This incident highlights their commitment to traffic safety and reducing drug trafficking. All persons are innocent until proven guilty in court, and this information is available publicly as part of Wisconsin’s Circuit Court Records.

Questions may be directed to Sheriff Dale J. Schmidt.

Photo from the Dodge County Sheriff's Office.