Biggest drug dealer in High School

A teenage girl previously labeled by authorities as one of the primary fentanyl dealers within Brown County schools is now facing additional legal repercussions.

Maylia Sotelo, aged 16, remains in adult court on a $150,000 cash bond. Initially charged at 15 with first-degree reckless homicide and drug delivery, she allegedly sold drugs to an 18-year-old De Pere man who fatally overdosed.

Sotelo appeared in Brown County Court to confront four new charges, encompassing possession and the intent to distribute fentanyl and marijuana.

The 23-page criminal complaint delves into Sotelo’s purported drug trade, citing conversations via Facebook Messenger and Instagram with potential buyers. Following her arrest, investigators seized Sotelo’s phone, revealing incriminating evidence and numerous drug-related discussions spanning several months. Authorities claim she even conducted fentanyl sales on school premises.

One conversation implicated Sotelo discussing an individual’s overdose with a buyer. Additionally, she faces adult charges of first-degree reckless homicide for the demise of an 18-year-old discovered unconscious in his bedroom last year.

These fresh charges carry an extra $100,000 cash bond for Sotelo, and she is scheduled to reappear in court next week.

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