Two drug arrests in Tomah following sting operation

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From the evening of March 30, 2014 to the evening of March 31, 2014 personnel from the Tomah Police Department conducted three controlled purchases of heroin from Zachary Seroy and Cody Sheriff-Bruckert.

After the third controlled buy personnel from the Tomah Police Department located Zachary Seroy and Cody Sheriff-Bruckert at a residence in the 600 block of Glendale Ave. and arrested both suspects.

Tomah Police Department personnel conducted a search of the residence with consent from the occupants and located evidence related to the investigation, including pre-recorded buy money.

A second search was conducted at a residence in rural Monroe County where additional evidence was recovered including heroin and drug packaging materials.

Tomah Police Department received assistance with the investigation from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department and the Sparta Police Department.

On April 2, 2014, Zachary Seroy, 22, of Madison and Cody Sheriff-Bruckert, 22, of Madison were charged in Monroe County Circuit Court with Delivery of Heroin and Possession of Narcotic Drugs.

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