OZAUKEE COUNTY (WITI) — Ozaukee County Sheriff’s officials are looking for a man accused of delivering heroin to an Ozaukee County Sheriff’s deputy in the city of Mequon — and a reward has been offered for information leading to his arrest. Two other men have already been arrested and charged, and they are in jail.
The Ozaukee County Drug Task Force investigated the three suspects for distributing approximately 9.5 grams of heroin to an Ozaukee County Sheriff’s deputy between June 3rd and June 19th in the city of Mequon.
28-year-old Michael Brown of Milwaukee, and 26-year-old Justin Johnson of Milwaukee have been arrested, and are being held in jail. Brown was arrested by Milwaukee police on July 3rd, and Johnson was arrested by Milwaukee police on August 16th.
Brown has been charged with two counts of delivery of heroin, and three counts of delivery of heroin as party to a crime.
Johnson has been charged with one count of delivery of heroin, and one count of delivery of heroin as party to a crime.
Ozaukee County officials are looking for your help in identifying the third suspect.
Take a look at the photos below, and see if you know who this man is:
If you have information that could help Ozaukee County Sheriff’s officials, you’re encouraged to utilize the Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Office TIP411 to provide information anonymously.
Visit the Ozaukee Sheriff’s Website www.ozaukeesheriff.com or text key word OZSO to 847411 (tip411).
A $500.00 reward will be offered to the first person providing information leading to a confirmed identification of the suspect.