Man Accused of Selling Cocaine Waives Hearing
CLEARFIELD – A 50-year-old Jefferson County Jail inmate, Kimm S. Wisor, accused of twice selling cocaine to a confidential informant and undercover agent waived his right to a preliminary hearing during Centralized Court Wednesday at the Clearfield County Jail.
Wisor has been charged with criminal conspiracy/manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance; manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance; criminal use of communication facility; and intentional possession of controlled substance by person not registered. His bail has been set at $50,000 monetary.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, the charges stem from a joint investigation between the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office and the Clearfield County Drug Task Force.
On April 26, an agent and informant purchased approximately 2 grams of cocaine from co-defendant Kimm S. Wisor for $200.
At approximately 8:49 a.m., the informant arrived at the Lawrence Township Police Department and said they could purchase cocaine from Wisor and or his girlfriend Bridget Brolin. At approximately 12:52 p.m., the informant text-messaged a mutual contact for Wisor’s home telephone number so they could purchase 2 grams of cocaine. The contact text-messaged the informant, indicated that Wisor was at the doctor’s office and wouldn’t be back until after 5 p.m.
At approximately 1:36 p.m., the informant received an incoming call from Wisor, who indicated that he could obtain cocaine for the informant. Wisor instructed the informant to meet him behind a River Road residence in Clearfield.
At approximately 1:54 p.m., the informant and agent departed en route to the River Road residence and surveillance followed them. They arrived and parked at the rear of the residence on Mapes Street. The informant called the phone used by the resident and learned they, including Wisor and Brolin, were at the Clearfield Mall.
At approximately 2:01 p.m., the informant received a call from Wisor, who asked if it was only 1 gram. The informant told Wisor he wanted 2 grams of cocaine. At approximately 2:06 pm., the informant received another call from Wisor, who informed that the “order was placed” for 2 grams. Wisor called another time and asked for the informant to pick up Wisor and Brolin at the Clearfield Mall.
At approximately 2:11 p.m., the informant, under the direction of the agent, departed en route to the Clearfield Mall to pick up Wisor and Brolin. Wisor would be meeting with an unknown person to obtain the cocaine near Jack’s Beer Distributor on Spruce Street.
At approximately 2:21 p.m., Wisor and Brolin entered the back seat of the informant’s vehicle. The informant drove with the agent in the front, passenger’s seat and headed westbound toward Curwensville on state Route 879.
Directed by Wisor, the informant turned onto Spruce Street from SR 879. There, he parked in a lot off Spruce Street near Clearfield Wholesale Paper Co. Inc. on South Fourth Street and the agent provided Wisor with $200 to purchase 2 grams of cocaine.
At approximately 2:27 p.m., Wisor exited the vehicle and walked away toward Jack’s Beer Distributor. Surveillance observed Wisor ending a call on his cellular phone in front of the beer distributor.
Surveillance then observed Wisor meeting with an unknown African American man who had facial hair. He was wearing a black, hooded sweatshirt and blue shorts. The agent observed this from the informant’s vehicle. The man retrieved something from his pocket and both he and Wisor walked behind Clearfield Wholesale Paper Co. Inc.
At approximately 2:32 p.m., surveillance observed Wisor walking from behind Clearfield Wholesale Paper Co. Inc. He was speaking on his cellular phone and the agent observed him walking toward the informant’s vehicle. Wisor entered the rear, passenger’s side and handed the informant two baggies of cocaine, which were approximately 1 gram each.
The informant provided the baggies to the agent who placed them inside an empty cigarette pack, which he stuck in his right, front pocket.
From approximately 2:34 p.m. to 2:42 p.m., Wisor and Brolin prepared cocaine for use intravenously and injected the cocaine while in the back seat of the informant’s vehicle. This cocaine wasn’t from that delivered to the informant/agent but was an additional amount obtained/maintained by Wisor. There was general conversation about the quality of the cocaine and how it gave “ear ringers.”
The informant began traveling toward SR 879 from Spruce Street. He turned left onto SR 879 toward River Road and then onto Mapes Street. The agent spoke to Wisor about the correct weight for an eight-ball of cocaine as well as the process for making methamphetamine and “Smurfing.” Wisor told the agent if he wanted to obtain Ephedrine pills he could provide them.
At approximately 4:15 p.m., the agent conducted a field test of the cocaine purchased from Wisor. It yielded positive results for the presence of cocaine; afterward, it was taken to the regional office and secured as evidence.
On May 14, the agent retrieved the suspected cocaine purchased from Wisor on April 26 for $200. He weighed the suspected cocaine; the total package weight was approximately 2.3 grams. It was packaged and logged into the regional evidence system. He subsequently prepared a request for forensic analysis; it was submitted to the Pennsylvania State Police Crime Lab for further analysis.
On May 8, the agent purchased approximately 2 grams of cocaine from Wisor for $200.
At approximately 7 p.m., the informant arrived in Clearfield and was briefly interviewed about Wisor. The informant was asked to identify an unlabeled photograph of Wisor and identified it as Wisor. The informant explained they also owed Wisor $30 for a previous drug debt incurred April 25 prior to being activated as an informant.
At 7:25 p.m., the informant text-messaged Wisor, stating, “Hey, I got that $30. Can you get me 2 [grams] for my man?” Wisor replied, stating: “Yes, but I need that cash” in reference to the $30 drug debt, which the informant owed Wisor.
The informant text-messaged Wisor and stated, “I got it. My man is coverin’ me. Where [are] you @?” Wisor instructed the informant to bring the $30 debt, while he’s text-messaging his “dude.” The informant text-messaged Wisor, stating he’d be there in 15 minutes and asked if he’d gotten in touch with “him” yet. There wasn’t any reply. The informant text-messaged Wisor, stating that he was on his way.
At approximately 8:05 p.m., the agent and informant arrived at Wisor’s residence. The informant text-messaged Wisor, stating he was there. Brolin exited the residence and approached the driver’s side window and spoke to the informant to collect the $30 owed to Wisor. The agent handed the amount to the informant who immediately turned it over to Brolin. She returned to the residence to give the money to Wisor, who then exited the residence; he was attempting to contact his source of cocaine.
At approximately 8:52 p.m., Wisor entered the rear, passenger’s side of the informant’s vehicle. Brolin entered the rear, driver’s side. Wisor stated that “his guy” wasn’t ready and was at the checkout at Wal-Mart. Brolin asked the informant to go to the bank for her to withdraw money, which she did.
Wisor then requested that the informant drive to the Choice Cigarette Outlet, where Wisor and Brolin entered the store. The agent contacted a second agent and informed that the cocaine would be delivered to Wisor at the Rainbow Car Wash in Hyde.
Wisor and Brolin returned to the informant’s vehicle. They had stolen several, small bottles of five-hour energy drinks. Wisor informed them that “his guy” was ready and they should drive to the Rainbow Car Wash in Hyde. Upon arrival, the agent provided Wisor with $200 at which time Wisor exited the vehicle and walked away.
At approximately 9:19 p.m., the second agent observed a Ford Taurus parked in the third wash bay from the left. Its operator drove through the wash bay and Wisor waved for him to return; afterward, Wisor entered the passenger’s side. The agent observed Wisor exit and he followed the vehicle to the Family Dollar Store, where he terminated his surveillance.
Wisor returned to the informant’s vehicle and stated it was his source that pulled next to the informant’s vehicle. Wisor handed the agent one bag of suspected cocaine. The agent placed the bag inside an empty cigarette pack and then into his left, front pocket. The informant dropped Wisor and Brolin off at their Hyde residence.
At approximately 9:50 p.m., the other agent field tested the suspected cocaine from Wisor. It produced positive results for the presence of cocaine. He transported the cocaine purchased from Wisor to the regional office and placed it in evidence.
On May 15, the agent retrieved the suspected cocaine purchased from Wisor on May 8 for $200. He weighed the suspected cocaine, which had a total packaged weight of approximately 1.7 grams. He packed the cocaine and logged it into the regional evidence system. He prepared a request for forensic analysis; it was submitted to the Pennsylvania State Police Crime Lab for further analysis.