Ludington man sent back to prison for heroin, cocaine delivery.

April 6, 2021

Trenton Espinola appears in 51st Circuit Court via Zoom video conferencing.

Ludington man sent back to prison for heroin, cocaine delivery.

By Allison Scarbrough, Editor.

LUDINGTON — A 24-year-old Ludington man was recently sent back to prison for heroin and cocaine delivery convictions in Mason County’s 51st Circuit Court.

  • Trenton Joseph Espinola, of 807 W. Loomis St., was found guilty Feb. 12, 2021 of second-offense controlled substance delivery of 50 grams or less and two counts of controlled substance delivery of 50 grams or less and was sentenced March 23, 2021 to four to 20 years in prison. Charges of fourth-offense delivery of a schedule 1, 2, 3 drug; delivery of a schedule 1, 2, 3 drug; second-offense controlled substance delivery less than 50 grams; and two counts of controlled substance delivery less than 50 grams were dismissed.  Related story here: http://www.masoncountypress.com/2021/02/23/ludington-man-to…cocaine-delivery/

The following are other recent sentences imposed by Judge Susan K. Sniegowski in 51st Circuit Court:

  • Jesse Totten

    Jesse Allen Totten, 23, of 1085 East Hawley Rd., Custer, was found guilty Feb. 18, 2020 of attempted breaking and entering a building with intent and was sentenced March 23, 2021 to serve five months up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for 118 days served and $598 in fines and costs. Charges of breaking and entering a building with intent and third-offense habitual offender were dismissed. Related story here: http://www.masoncountypress.com/2020/02/18/man-pleads-no-co…ing-and-entering/

 

  • Dayton Mathew Budreau, 20, of 801 W. Loomis St., Ludington, was found guilty Aug. 9, 2019 of third-degree retail fraud and

    Budreau

    assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer and was sentenced March 23, 2021 to one year in jail with credit for 354 days served and $635 in fines and costs. A second count of assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer and charges of second-degree retail fraud and malicious destruction of property less than $200 were dismissed. “Defendant is discharged from probation. HYTA (Holmes Youthful Trainee Act) status is revoked,” his court file states. 

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