February 22, 2009
Sheboygan, Wisconsin (The Weekly Vice) -- Alicja S. Sawicki, a 20-year-old Wisconsin inmate faces new charges after setting up a drug deal via text messaging. A message that went to the wrong phone.
According to police, Sawicki was temporarily released from jail to attend a rehabilitation meeting when she allegedly sent a message to a friend requesting drugs.
"If Chad can get a bop and meet me at the jail at 8:45, I got the flow," read the message. Investigators say "bop" is street slang for Oxycodone and "Flow" is the term for money.
Unfortunately for Sawicki, Chad never got the first message. The message was instead mistakenly sent to a phone belonging to the wife of a Sheboygan police officer.
Investigators traced the number back to the phone's owner and discovered that it belonged to a woman who was currently incarcerated on fraud charges. It was also learned that she was currently released from jail until 9 p.m. to attend the meeting.
Officers were staking out the jail parking lot when Chad W. Miesner, 20, arrived. Sawicki arrived about 10 minutes later. Both were arrested when Miesner handed Sawicki a hat containing Oxycodone, according to the arrest affidavit.
As the two were handcuffed and marched to the backseat of a patrol car, Sawicki reportedly yelled to Miesner "Chad, don't worry, I will take the hit on this."
Sawicki was charged with felony possession of narcotics while Miesner was charged with felony narcotics delivery.
The Weekly Vice Opinion:
It could just be me, but even the girl's picture is annoying as hell. Thankfully photos don't have sound. As for Miesner, how intelligent do you have to be to drive to a jail parking lot with drugs? If the law doesn't get him, the 80's certainly will.
The Weekly Vice
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