Investigation Into Heroin Conspiracy Results In Ten Taken Into Custody

Authorities in Fond du Lac County have ten people in custody and are looking for another who allegedly put more than 15 pounds or over $1 million worth of heroin on the streets over the last two years. A press conference in Fond du Lac Thursday detailed work of the joint investigation. Fond du Lac Police Chief Bill Lamb says they know the individuals involved were supplying a lot of heroin in the area. He says the quantities of heroin alleged to be involved in the investigation show that this was a significant source of drug trafficking in the City of Fond du Lac and region in general. During the investigation 150 grams of heroin, 7 grams of crack cocaine, firearms, and thousands of dollars in cash were seized. Fond du Lac County District Attorney Eric Toney says they aren’t resting on their laurels. He says law enforcement will continue to aggressively investigate these types of cases and his office will continue to do what ever they can to assist law enforcement partners and agencies in those investigations. Deputy District Attorney Dennis Krueger says most of the heroin came from Chicago and was sold in the Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, and Ripon areas.  Officials are still looking for Jody Wegener and anyone who knows of her whereabouts is asked to contact police.  

In custody:

Nathan Ziegler 32 year old Fond du Lac man. 

Jodi Haferman 24 year old Fond du Lac woman.

Wendy Scheel 31 year old Fond du Lac woman.

Shequazia Robertson 23 year old Oshkosh woman.

Robert Olson Jr. 34 year old Oshkosh man.

Travis Kind 32 year old Fond du Lac man

Keana Cousin 30 year old Fond du Lac woman.

Richard Ferguson 25 year old Fond du Lac man. 

Allen Ferguson Fond du Lac man. 

Still at Large:

Jody L. Wegener 44 year old woman.