An Antigo woman is facing multiple charges following the discovery of a plethora of marijuana and THC derivatives during an early morning traffic stop.

Camri L. Lewis, 29, 625 Pine St., is charged with two felonies, delivery of THC and possession with intent to deliver THC (between 200 and 1,000 grams), as well as three misdemeanors, second offense operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Lewis first appeared in Langlade County Court on Aug. 28, when she was ordered to a $1,000 cash bond, which she posted. The bond includes conditions that Lewis maintain absolute sobriety, not use or possess controlled substances illegally, not drive without a valid license, and not be present in any establishment holding a class B liquor license. Those bond terms were continued on Monday.

According to the criminal complaint, on Aug. 28 at 2:24 a.m., an officer on patrol near 6th Avenue and Superior Street observed a vehicle remain stopped at a stop sign for an unusual amount of time. He followed the vehicle and observed it deviating within the lane of travel.

The officer stopped the vehicle and made contact with the driver, Lewis, at which time he detected an odor of intoxicants. Lewis agreed to perform field sobriety tests, during which the officer believed he noticed clues of impairment. A preliminary breath test returned a result of .10. Lewis was arrested and taken to Aspirus Langlade Hospital for a legal blood draw.

A K-9 unit arrived and the K-9 officer alerted to the presence of a controlled substance. An initial search of the vehicle located several individually wrapped bags of suspected marijuana, several e-cigarette cartridges, several THC oil containers, several gummies consistent with THC edibles, and several ziploc baggies.

Due to the amount of evidence, officers then stopped the search and impounded the vehicle. During the further search, they removed two full garbage bags with items of evidentiary value. The contents of the bags included edible THC gummy packets, ziploc bags of suspected marijuana, THC oil, U.S. currency, a digital scale, several THC oil cartridges, and 12 individually wrapped baggies containing suspected marijuana inside of one large baggie labeled “Project X.”

Each of the individual baggies weighed between 17 and 19 grams. A field test of the substance yielded a positive result for the presence of THC.  

One other case opened during Monday afternoon court.

John W. Schlieve, 20, 300 S. Dorr St., faces a single charge of disorderly conduct. He was allowed to remain free on a $1,000 signature bond.

The complaint against Schlieve asserts that on the evening of March 25 an officer responded to a Sunset Drive residence for a report of a road rage incident. A witness stated they observed two vehicles driving recklessly while trying to get a third vehicle to pull over.

The driver of the third vehicle said that Schlieve and another man had knocked on his truck window in the McDonald’s parking lot. When he left the lot, the two got into their own vehicles and followed him until he turned onto Sunset Drive.