MILWAUKEE (AP) — A man accused of supplying heroin and cocaine to 20 drug dealers in the Milwaukee area has been bound over for trial.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that prosecutors say Chauncey Griffin had nearly $1 million worth of cash and at least 37 guns before his arrest.
Authorities announced the take-down during a news conference in June, but didn’t provide details about the investigation. The criminal complaint explaining the allegations remains sealed and out of public view.
Judge Frederick Rosa at a hearing on Tuesday found “more than adequate evidence” in Griffin’s case of probable cause that a felony was committed in Milwaukee County.
The 35-year-old faces 18 felony charges that include illegal gun possession. Griffin was being detained on $250,000 bail as of Tuesday.