Mailman Sentenced to Probation

Mailman Sentenced to Probation

A western Wisconsin mailman isn’t going to prison on meth charges. A judge yesterday instead sentenced 69-year-old Timothy Wilson to two years probation.

The Barron County Sheriff’s Office arrested Wilson while he was making his mail rounds in February of 2020 for possession of meth. It’s not clear if he was dealing meth on his postal route, but the sheriff’s office says they found about a thousand-dollars cash on him when they arrested him. Wilson pleaded guilty to meth possession charges.

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