Appleton Man Faces Over 150 Years in Prison on Human, Drug Trafficking Charges

An Appleton
man faces over 150 years in prison after being convicted on multiple counts
related to the trafficking of people and drugs. Willie Allison was found guilty
on three counts of human trafficking, one count of 2nd Degree
Recklessly Endangering Safety, two counts of Delivery of Heroin, and another
count of Maintaining a Drug
Trafficking Place
– all as a repeat offender.

Police began investigating Allison after a woman overdosed on heroin last year,
and later told first responders that Allison had fled the scene. Investigators
found that Allison had multiple ads for women on, and that he pimped
the women out – at times holding their drugs, money, and food from them – and
physically beating them. He faces up to 152 years in prison.