MANITOWOC, WI (WTAQ) - Two Manitowoc County men are due in court Monday, for allegedly running a pair of methamphetamine labs that may have caused wastewater testing issues.
29-year-old Michael Fenn of Kiel and 33-year-old Craig Holtz of St. Nazianz were charged this week with a total of nine felony counts.
Fenn is dealing with five counts, and Holtz four -- mostly involving the manufacturing and possession of meth. Holtz is also charged with possessing improvised explosives as a repeat offender.
Both men were arrested two weeks ago by Manitowoc County's metro drug unit.
Officials said their recent pharmacy purchases of meth ingredients helped give them away. They also said some of the chemical waste was found in the St. Nazianz sewage system, possibly resulting in wastewater testing concerns.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)