FDL County DA Announced 22-Year Sentence For Appleton Man
Twenty two years. That’s the sentence that was handed down Monday afternoon in Fond du Lac County for Tony Weaver.
The 45-year old man from Appleton was convicted of seven charges including Possession with Intent To Deliver (Meth), Felony Bail Jumping, Eluding a Traffic Officer and Obstructing an Officer.
Weaver was convicted of the 3 felony charges and 4 misdemeanors back in summer of 2021.
FDL County District Attorney Eric Toney said Monday evening, in a Press Release, that Weaver will serve the initial 11 years in prison confinement, with another 11 years of extended supervision.
Weaver was in possession of nearly a pound of meth with a street value of nearly $43,000 when Officers attempted to pull him over on I-41 back in April of 2019.
He managed to elude officers, taking an off-ramp on Hwy. 151 at nearly 60 miles an hour, almost striking other vehicles, before Officers arrested him.