Plover Man Charged With Selling Prescription Opioids
By Joe Bachman
PLOVER — A Plover man could face up to 15 years imprisonment after an undercover investigation led to his arrest.
According to reports, on Jan. 12, a confidential informant met with the defendant, 32-year-old Daniel Karger, in the parking lot of a retail store located on the 100 block of Crossroads Dr. An arrangement was made for the purchase of 8mg of Hydromorphone, which is a prescription opioid.
Karger was arrested sometime later related to the exchange for the sale of schedule I narcotics . Also involved in the purchase was 21-year-old Lilah Flynn, who according to court documents will likely be charged with the same count of the sale of narcotics. She is currently out on a $2,000 bond, and her next court date is set for March 12.
Karger is out on $2,500 bond and will see a courtroom on March 19.