Mother, Daughter Drug Dealing Duo to Serve Time for Incident
The Port Washington pair sold Oxycodone to police officers several times between August 2011 and November 2011.
A daughter and mother are both spending time in jail as a result of a team effort drug deal in fall 2011.
Ariana S. Wiedenhoeft, 20, and her mother Tania, 41, were caught after an undercover police officer set up a drug deal with Tania in August; Tania agreed to sell the officer 40 Oxycodone pills for $440 in the parking lot of a Grafton department store. Ariana went with her mother to the parking lot and conducted the exchange.
Tania Wiedenhoeft was found guilty on several counts of manufacturing/delivering narcotics, and was sentenced to 1 year in jail and 6 years of probation, according to court records.
Ariana Wiedenhoeft was found guilty of possession of narcotics and will serve 60 days in jail with 2 years probation. The charges will be expunged from her record if she "abides by the conditions of her probation, which include maintaining absolute sobriety, having no contact with taverns or liquor stores and working at least 30 hours per week or taking at least 12 credits in school," according to an Ozaukee Press article.