Probation violation leads to prison; boot camp likely.

March 22, 2016
Jewett, at left, with his attorney, David Glancy.

Dustin Jewett, at left, with his attorney, David Glancy.

By Allison Scarbrough. Courts/Police Editor.

LUDINGTON — A 24-year-old Ludington man was sentenced to concurrent prison terms of 21-360 months and 16-48 months for probation violation Tuesday, March 22, in 51st Circuit Court.

Dustin Michael Jewett, of 814 E. Filer St., received credit for 167 days served in jail in the first file and 372 days served in jail in the second file.

Judge Susan K. Sniegowski said she had no objection to Jewett entering Special Alternative Incarceration (SAI) or “boot camp” after he reports to prison. Sniegowski ordered that Jewett report Tuesday at 8 p.m. to the Mason County Jail, where he will be taken into custody to begin his sentence.

Jewett’s probation stems from a 2011 larceny in building conviction and a 2012 delivery/manufacture of a narcotic or cocaine less than 50 grams, according to court records.

“Mr. Jewett has shown compliance in the last 90 days,” Sniegowski said. However, she noted that he has been on probation for several years and has committed “many, many violations.”

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