Man Sentenced to Three Years in Prison for Reckless Homicide
Ian M. Jeske, 27, of New Berlin gave drugs to a Pewaukee man who fatally overdosed in 2011.
A former Waukesha man will spend the next three years in prison for giving drugs to a Pewaukee man in 2011 who eventually overdosed and died.
Ian Michael Jeske, 27, of New Berlin, was sentenced to three years in prison and five years of extended supervision Friday by Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Rebecca Dallet. Jeske could have served up to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of first-degree reckless homicide under the state’s Len Bias law.
In January 2011, Jeske sold Oxycodone to David A. Gapinski after they went to a Milwaukee gas station and met another person where Jeske obtained the pills. Gapinski and another person purchased pills from Jeske, who made a $10 profit off the deal.
Gapinski overdosed and died later that night inside his apartment in the 300 block of Morris Street in Pewaukee.