Kenosha Man Pleads Guilty to Drug Charges

MILWAUKEE — A Kenosha man alleged to be part of a street gang that had an extensive drug operation in Kenosha and Racine counties pleaded guilty Friday in federal court. 42-year-old Charlie Nelson was arrested in April 2015 when federal, state and local authorities began apprehending 24 men, many who were members of the Gangster Disciplines street gang, and recovering crack cocaine, heroin, and marijuana. Federal prosecutors allege that Nelson distributed up to 14 ounces of heroin during the course of the conspiracy. Nelson is next due in court January 9thwhere he faces a maximum of 40 years in prison.



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