DICKINSON COUNTY, Mich. (WLUC) - UPDATE: Aug. 14, 1:35 p.m.
20-year-old Jonathan Jeffrey Dupuis was sentenced to 4 to 30 years in prison in a Dickinson Circuit Court today. He also received a jial sentence of 12 days with a 237 day credit.
A man arrested as part of a crystal meth investigation in Iron Mountain is set for a jury trial tonight in Dickinson County Courts.
Jonathan Jeffrey Dupuis, 20, is charged with two felony counts of delivery of crystal meth, one count of a high court misdemeanor charge of maintaining a drug house. He’s also a second offense habitual offender.
According to the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team, detectives saw a vehicle leaving a suspected drug house. Troopers from the Michigan State Police Iron Mountain Post pulled the vehicle over.
Dupuis was arrested for operating while under the influence of drugs. He admitted to purchasing drugs from the house he left from.
Over 30 grams of crystal meth and more than $1,000 in cash was seized.
The jury trial starts July 23.