Mom Brings Son, 10, to Drug Deal, Charges Allege
A 29-year-old Milwaukee woman has another man take her son inside a restaurant while she completes a drug deal with a police informant, according to a criminal complaint.
A 29-year-old Milwaukee woman is facing charges after police say she brought her 10-year-old son along to a drug deal, which was set up by a police informant, according to a criminal complaint.
Ayesha T. Brittman was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court last week with one count of maintaining drug trafficking place, one count of manufacture and delivery of a schedule IV drug, one count of possession with intent to deliver a narcotic drug, manufacture and delivery of a schedule IV drug and one count of delivery of a schedule I or II drug. If convicted, she faces up to 45 ½ years in prison and $130,000 in fines.
According to the criminal complaint:
On Sept. 18, a police informant and undercover police officer set up a drug deal at an area restaurant where Brittman agreed to meet and sell $1,100 worth of Alprazolam and Oxycodone. Brittman arrived in a vehicle with another man and her 10-year-old son, who went into the restaurant while the deal took place.
The informant got into her SUV and gave her the money in exchange for 59 Alprazolam pills and 87 Oxycodone pills. As soon as the deal was completed, officers surveying the transaction arrested Brittman.
Officers searched the Jeep and found 55 more Alprazolam pills and 14 more Oxycodone pills.
At first Brittman denied selling drugs to the informant, saying the person owed her money from a past transaction and if he took drugs from her car it was without her knowledge. She then asked to speak to another detective, whom she admitted the confidential informant asked for $700 worth of Percocets, which she agreed to sell him. She’s currently being held in Waukesha County Jail on $1,000 bond.