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Gladstone man sent to prison on drug charge

January 2, 2014
Daily Press

ESCANABA - A Gladstone man was sentenced to up to 10 and a half years in prison on a drug charge relating to incidents in Escanaba in 2012. The judgment was handed down in Delta County Circuit Court on Thursday.

Last month, Mark Alan Hart, 24, of 1501 Dakota Ave., Gladstone, pleaded no contest to being an habitual offender, second offense, with the underlying offense of controlled substance - delivery/manufacturing morphine.

Hart was sentenced Thursday to two years to up to 10 years and six months in prison. He was given credit for 104 days served in the county jail. He was also ordered to pay $198 in fines and costs and $285 in restitution.

Hart also pleaded no contest to being an habitual offender, second offense, with the underlying offense of controlled substance - maintaining a drug house. He also pleaded no contest to being a habitual offender, second offense, with the underlying offense of controlled substance - attempted felony.

Hart was sentenced to 104 days in jail on each of these two counts to be served concurrently with the above prison sentence. He was given credit for 104 days served in jail and ordered to pay $136 in fines and costs.

Hart was originally charged and bound over to circuit court on two counts of delivery/manufacturing morphine and one count of creation/delivery of a counterfeit substance, Ritalin. The charges stem from incidents on Sept. 18, 2012 and Oct. 3-4, 2012, in Escanaba.

 
 

 

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