Circuit court: Meth maker sentenced to 3-20 years; 2 others going to prison.

November 11, 2016

Circuit court: Meth maker sentenced to 3-20 years; 2 others going to prison.

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By Alan Neushwander. Contributing Writer.

LUDINGTON — The following were recently sentenced in 51st Circuit Court:

James Walkley

James Walkley

– James Anthony Walkley, 27, of 603 E. Melendy St., Apt. 1, Ludington, pleaded guilty Sept. 12 to maintaining a meth lab and possession of methamphetamine. He was sentenced Nov. 1 to serve three to 20 years in prison, with credit for 212 days served in jail, and $326 in fines and costs. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dismissed additional charges of maintaining a meth lab, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, and double-count enhancements.

Griffin

Griffin

– Tyler Joel Griffin, 25, 204 First St., Ludington, pleaded guilty Sept. 6 to possession of contraband by a jail prisoner, possession of a controlled substance, and third-offense habitual offender. He was sentenced Nov. 1 to serve one and a half to 10 years in prison, with credit for 188 days served in jail, and $984 in fines and costs.

Chambers

Chambers

– Jonathan Herman Chambers, Jr., 21, of PO Box 113, Ludington, pleaded guilty Jan. 14, 2015 to third-degree home invasion and probation violation. He was sentenced Nov. 1 to serve two to five years in prison, with credit for 362 days served in jail, and $498 in fines and costs.

Kaylee Davis

Kaylee Davis

– Kaylee Suzanne Davis, 28, of 722 Ramsdell St., Manistee, pleaded guilty Sept. 12 to possession of methamphetamine and was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for 249 days served; two years probation; driver’s license suspended for 30 days and restricted for 150 days; and $658 in fines and costs. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dismissed a charge of maintaining a meth lab.

Perski

Perski

– Daniel Bernard Perski, 29, 10524 Riverside Dr., Honor, pleaded guilty June 14 to first-degree retail fraud and malicious destruction of property $1,000-$20,000 and was sentenced Nov. 1 to one year in jail with credit for 83 days already served; must serve eight months up front with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion; 18 months probation; and $3,042.96 in fines, costs and restitution.

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