08/13/2019- An Amberg man avoids prison time on drug dealing charges. 36-year-old Cody Rohrdanz was convicted of possession with intent to deliver amphetamine after police allegedly found more than 24 grams of meth on him during a traffic stop in Wausaukee in February. Monday, Judge Jim Morrison stayed a sentence of 7 years’ initial confinement followed by ten years of extended supervision in favor of 5 years’ probation. Rohrdanz must sit one year in jail as a condition of his probation and will receive credit for 61 days already served.
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