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Two men arrested after two-year investigation with Campbell Police

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Investigators from the Campbell Police Department arrested two men early Thursday morning at a southside La Crosse residence.

They found six pounds of hi-grade marijuana, two pounds of Butane Hash Oil, and more than 200 packages of THC edibles, cocaine, three AR-15 rifles with several high-capacity magazines, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, a .270 caliber rifle, a flame thrower, and $11,000 in cash.

Marcus Neff, 23, of 1008 6th St South, La Crosse was charged with possession of THC with intent to deliver and maintaining a drug trafficking place. Jon Holbrook, 38, was listed at the same residence as Neff. He was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of cocaine and MDMA, as well as a probation violation. Bond for Holbrook has been set at $5000 cash, after a court appearance on Friday. Neff was released on a signature bond.

Campbell Police executed the search warrant with the West Central MEG Unit and assistance of La Crosse Police.

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    Marcus

    July 31, 2020 at 7:40 am

    I’m not sure if my math is right here but isnt that only like 75 people’s worth of personal use? 6 lbs divided by 25 grams…

    108 people after doing the math.

    That’s enough drugs to supply a personal amount, as defined by the city council, to a whole whopping .0009% of la Crosse county.

    What else do we see there? A misdemeanor amount of coke?
    A flame thrower sold by and created by elon musk?

    Everybody owns guns in wisconsin, that’s less than the average person owns.

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