Ozaukee County dad caught dealing drugs around children
OZAUKEE COUNTY -- Robin \"Big Bob\" Eversmann is facing several criminal charges after allegedly selling heroin to an undercover Ozaukee County Sheriff's Deputy four times.
According to the criminal complaint, The Ozaukee County Drug Task Force used a confidential informant to arrange drug buys with Eversmann on multiple occasions. The first drug transaction was to took place in the parking lot of a George Webbs restaurant in Port Washington, but Eversmann thought there were cops in the area The criminal complaint says Eversmann moved the transaction to his home in the Village of Belgium. The undercover deputy says Eversmann had six children in his house while selling heroin.
The complaint says Eversmann sold an undercover deputy $160 in heroin on August 27. Eversmann met with an undercover deputy at a Sentry in the City of Port Washington. Two days after that sold more heroin to an undercover deputy at the same Sentry. During this transaction Eversmann allegedly used a child to help conduct the transaction.
Eversmann agreed to meet up with the undercover deputy at a Mequon gas station. Eversmann arrived at the gas station where members of the Ozaukee County Drug Task Force were waiting. He was arrested and the child in his car was taken by child protective services.
Eversmann is charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute, Maintaining a Drug Trafficking Place, and three counts of Possession with Intent to Distribute Near a School. If convicted, Eversmann will face up to 53.6 years in prison.