Fennimore Student Turns in Dad’s Drugs to Cops

FENNIMORE, WI (Ben Caxton) — A Fennimore student turned his dad into police after he found his dad’s drugs stashed in his duffel bag as he was getting ready for school. Authorities say the boy discovered the meth and meth paraphernalia in his bag before school last Friday. So, he took the bag to school and turned the items over to the school’s principal. Officers then met with the juvenile who told them his father, 39-year-old Jeremy Koppen, had used the duffel bag to store his things. As he was removing them he discovered a glass smoking device and a digital scale. When the Grant County Sheriff’s Office visited Koppen at home he was uncooperative according to a press release and was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine Paraphernalia, and two counts of felony bail jumping and was placed on a probation hold. Koppen is being held in the Grant County Jail where he remains in custody, without bond awaiting official criminal charges by the Grant County District Attorney’s office.

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