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Kenosha man pleads guilty to felony possession with intent to deliver heroin

A 40-year-old Kenosha man pleaded guilty Monday in Kenosha County Circuit Court to a felony charge of possession with intent to deliver heroin.

Arthur L. Famous III, of the 6900 block of 16th Avenue, will return to court for a Jan. 21 for a sentencing hearing before Judge Gerald Dougvillo.

According to court records, a felony count of possession with intent to deliver cocaine, along with an enhancer on the first count for the offense occurring within 1,000 feet of a school, both were dismissed and read into the record.

Famous faces a possible prison sentence of 15 years, along with 10 years of extended supervision, and a fine of $100,000 when he’s sentenced.

According to the criminal complaint, Kenosha Police in November 2019 learned that Famous would be delivering cocaine and heroin to a parking lot, and when he arrived officers took him into custody.

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Police seized 3.7 grams of cocaine and more than 15 grams of heroin from the defendant, which they believed was for delivery and not for personal use.

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