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June 2013 Archives

Man gets prison term after 52nd conviction

A Grand Rapids, Michigan, man has been sentenced to five to 15 years' prison time for larceny from a building. The man, who has been convicted of 51 other offenses throughout his life, attempted to assure the judge in the case the most recent conviction was a wake-up call, and he intended to abide by the law in the future. Sadly, the judge showed no leniency, exceeding state-recommended guidelines of just 34 months in custody. The judge said he considered the man's extensive criminal record when deciding the sentence.

Michigan meth suspect surrenders to police

A 41-year-old Michigan man has turned himself in to face drug charges in relation to a methamphetamine production operation. The man is facing official charges of operating a meth lab and delivering or manufacturing the controlled substance. He was arraigned on June 3.

Court: Medical pot users OK to drive

Authorities in Traverse City, Michigan, have dropped intoxicated driving charges against a man who was arrested in 2010 for driving with marijuana in his system. The man, age 51, is a medical marijuana patient. The state's new ruling has effectively changed the state's touted "zero tolerance" policy against medical marijuana users who get behind the wheel.