Wednesday, February 5, 2014

2-5-14 prison minister convicted of delivering heroin to tci inmate

A Wauwautosa psychologist and prison minister has been placed on probation and will have to spend some time in jail for delivering heroin to a Taycheeda Correctional Institution inmate.    Sixty one year old Raymond Lueck pleaded no contest to a charge of possession of heroin with intent to deliver.  Fond du lac judge Peter Grimm placed Lueck on probation for three years and six months jail with Huber priviledges. 
District attorney Eric Toney had asked for a prison sentence of 1-2 years.  As a condition of probation Lueck must perform 20 hours of community service a week for the duration of his probation.  Lueck told the court he will be volunteering at an inner-city Milwaukee church working with drug addicts.  Lueck was working as a private psychologist when he was arrested last summer.  According to a criminal complaint Lueck was visiting with an inmate and was caught by a correctional officer placing  heroin in a bag of potato chips he purchased out of a prison vending machine.  Lueck told the court he believed the inmate when she told him she would be harmed if he didn’t bring her the drug.

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