Washington County Couple Sentenced to Federal Prison for Two Years
United States Attorney James L. Santelle of the Eastern Distirct of Wisconsin announced that Michael Stolp (age; 44) and Judith Stolp (age: 44) both of West Bend were sentenced to two years in federal prison by District Court Judge Charles N. Clevert for their roles in a conspiracy to illegally distribute Oxycodone.
The investigation revealed that Michael Stolp and Judith Stolp illegally sold up to 400 - 500 pills of Oxycodone a month to an individual, for a profit, and the pills would then be resold to others. The Oxycodone pills were obtained as a result of their illegal misuse of a valid prescription Michael Stolp had received for Oxycodone due to a back injury. Oxycodone is a Schedule II controlled substance.
The investigation was conducted by Drug Enforcement Administration and the Washington County Drug Enforcement Group. The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Karine Moreno-Taxman.