Green Bay Man Sentenced to Twenty Year for Distribution of Drugs

Gregory J. Haanstad, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, announced that on January 26, 2018, Kyle D. Herwald (age: 27) of Green Bay, Wisconsin, appeared in federal court in Green Bay and was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for his involvement in a conspiracy to distribute Methamphetamine in Northeast Wisconsin. 

 

Herwald conspired with a Bellevue, Wisconsin woman, Cory L. Daul, to distribute methamphetamine that she received in bulk from an out-of-state supplier via the United States Postal Service. Daul is currently serving a 5-year term in federal prison for her role in the offense. 

 

In pronouncing sentence, Chief United States District Court Judge William C. Griesbach noted the serious nature of Herwald’s crime and the negative effect that methamphetamine has had on the community. The judge condemned Herwald’s prior record, which includes convictions in state court for distribution of illegal narcotics and several violent felonies. Following his release from prison, Herwald will serve 10 years on federal supervised release.  

  

The United States Postal Inspection Service, the United States Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Brown County Drug Task Force investigated the case. Assistant United States Attorney Daniel R. Humble prosecuted the case.

 

 

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Activing Public Information Officer Elizabeth Makowski, (414) 297-1700



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