U.P. woman arrested in Wisconsin drug bust

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IRON COUNTY, Wisc. (WLUC - On Sunday, 4/29/18 around 6:53 a.m. the Iron County Sheriff's Department was dispatched to an incident in the town of Knight, in Iron County, Wisconsin.

The initial information that was provided to deputies was regarding an altercation along with drug activities.

Iron County Deputies responded to the incident, secured the scene and several individuals were interviewed. During the initial investigation, deputies located drug paraphernalia and suspected controlled substances.
Additional officers were contacted along with the Gogebic Iron Area Narcotics Team (GIANT).

A search warrant was executed at the residence by the Iron County Sheriff's Office and the GIANT team. Officers not only found additional drug paraphernalia and controlled substances, but also located components/hazardous materials used to manufacture methamphetamine.

Per the Wisconsin Department of Criminal Investigation, the GIANT Team worked with the DEA and a crime scene clean-up crew from Chicago to dispose of the waste.

Throughout the investigation, officer worked with the Iron County District Attorney, Matthew Tingstad. Three suspects were arrested with the potential for additional individuals to be charged as the investigation continues:

Kenneth Lorenz, 38, of Iron County, Wisconsin is lodged at the Iron County Sheriff's Department. He's charged with Maintaining a Drug House, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - Methamphetamine, Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Bail Jumping - Felony, Conspiracy to Deliver Heroin and a probation violation.

Bianca Pulaski, 21, of Ironwood, Michigan was released from jail. Pulaski is charged with Possession of Heroin and Possessing Drug Paraphernalia.

Eric Brady, 37, of Madison, Wisconsin is charged with Conspiracy to Deliver Heroin and Bail Jumping - Felony.