Sun Prairie woman guilty of delivering drugs to Beaver Dam
JUNEAU — A 30-year-old Sun Prairie woman was found guilty Thursday of delivering heroin to a parking lot in Beaver Dam the summer of 2014.
Roxanne Sobrevilla appeared in the courtroom of Dodge County Circuit Court Judge Steven Bauer. Sobrevilla pleaded guilty to a felony count of manufacturing and delivering heroin. An additional felony count of manufacturing and delivering heroin and two misdemeanor charges of bail jumping were dismissed, but read into the record.
According to the criminal complaint, a detective from the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigations met with a criminal informant. The informant told him that he could possibly purchase heroin from Sobrevilla as he previously had in 2013 and 2014. The confidential informant made contact with Sobrevilla, who agreed to sell him a gram of heroin and would travel to Beaver Dam to meet him.
The informant attempted to meet with Sobrevilla on June 22, 2014, in the parking lot of Shopko, 822 Park Ave., but she did not show up to meet him. However, later that night, Sobrevilla contacted the informant and explained her absence and made arrangements to meet Sobrevilla at 8:30 p.m. in Shopko’s parking lot. The informant was given a wire transmitting device. She arrived in the parking lot at 9:50 p.m. and sold the informant four grams of heroin for $600.
Sobrevilla also sold the informant four grams of heroin on July 4, 2014, in the parking lot of McDonald’s, 840 Park Ave.
Sobrevilla was previously convicted of misdemeanor disorderly conduct and bail jumping in 2010.
Sobrevilla’s sentencing is scheduled on March 8.