A Waukesha woman is facing serious drug charges alleging she dealt heroin and prescription pills to a detective and an informant several times, including once at Frame Park.
Stephanie J. Pavlons, 34, faces up to 70.5 years of initial confinement in prison followed by dozens of years of extended supervision if convicted of 20 felonies. She was charged with the following felonies on Wednesday:
- Four counts of heroin delivery
- Six counts of bail jumping
- Three counts of delivering Schedule IV drugs
- Two counts of delivering non-narcotics
- Five counts of maintaining a drug trafficking place
Pavlons remains jailed in lieu of $5,000 bail.
According to the criminal complaint:
Pavlons sold .3 grams of heroin to an informant working with a Waukesha detective on Aug. 30 in Frame Park. The detective saw the informant hand Pavlons the money, who told Pavlons she and another person needed to pick up the heroin. Pavlons returned to the park and gave the informant the heroin.
The detective and the informant picked up Pavlons from her home on Sept. 6, drove her to Milwaukee to get more drugs. Pavlons gave the detective two pills in exchange for the ride to Milwaukee. After they returned from Milwaukee, Pavlons gave the detective heroin and several prescription medications.
On Sept. 12, the detective reported he purchased 44 Lorazepam pills for $45 – although the deal was supposed to be for 45 pills. Then the detective and the informant purchased .3 grams of heroin from Pavlons on Sept. 25 for $60.
The detective reported Pavlons sold him and the informant .9 grams of heroin for $150.
Another detective reported purchasing 70 Adderall pills from Pavlons for $280.
Pavlons was on bail at the time of the drug deals for a child abuse charge and a resisting/obstructing an officer charge. That case has since been dismissed.