Man sentenced to prison for drug charges

December 8, 2022

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Man sentenced to prison for drug charges

LUDINGTON — Zarquinton Salvron Quinn, 22, was sentenced to prison on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022 on charges of possession of methamphetamine. Quinn was arrested by the Mason County Sheriff’s Office on July 6, 2022. He initially faced the drug charges and a charge of operating under a forged or false license. Additional charges were then added for bringing contraband into the jail. The license and contraband charges were dismissed as part of a plea agreement. He was also charged with being a repeat offender, second offense. 

Judge Susan Sniegowski sentenced Quinn to 19 months to 15 years in prison with credit for 153 days served in jail. 

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