WAUSAU — Charges were filed Thursday against six out of eight suspects arrested after police discovered a major methamphetamine distribution ring at a Weston hotel and at a home on Wausau’s west side.

Everest Metro police on Tuesday found the drugs packaged for resale in the hotel room along with scales and drug packaging items, a Marathon County Sheriff’s Department news release said. Police did not say how they were tipped off to the operation.

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David M. Brogli, 34, of Kronenwetter and Chelsea M. Sauter, 20, of Athens were arrested at the hotel and were charged Thursday in Marathon County Circuit Court. Sauter faces of possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver, maintaining a drug trafficking place and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. Brogli faces charges of possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana. Both were ordered held on cash bonds.

Antron Lamaine Allen, 29, of Wausau was arrested on preliminary felony charges of possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. Allen is jailed on a probation hold; official charges are expected to be filed Monday.

The name of the hotel was not disclosed.

After the hotel bust, the Special Investigations Unit was called in to assist in a second raid — this time at a home in the 1000 block of S. Sixth Avenue in Wausau, where additional drugs were seized. When police arrived at the home, Thong Pathoumvanh, 53, threw an “8-ball of meth out a window; the meth landed at the feet of an officer,” Marathon County Assistant District Attorney Elisabeth Gramer said.

Pathoumvanh, of Wausau, appeared Thursday on charges of possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a drug trafficking place and three counts of bail jumping. He was ordered held on a $15,000 cash bond.

Also arrested at the Wausau home were 22-year-old Amanda Bartlett, 21-year-old Gabrielle S. Campo and 22-year-old Dimitri Walters, all of Wausau, according to the complaint. All three face charges of possession of methamphetamine and are being held on cash bonds.

Bartlett, who has two young children, tried to hide more than 5 grams of methamphetamine in her bra and underwear before she was arrested, Gramer said.

The total value of the drugs seized is estimated at more than $12,000, Marathon County Sheriff’s Lt. Gary Schneck said.

The name of the eighth suspect was not released.

The Special Investigations Unit, which spearheads most major drug investigations in Marathon County, comprises officers from Marathon County Sheriff’s Department, Wausau Police Department and Everest Metro Police Department.


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