Marshall County sentences man found with four pounds of Methamphetamine

MEDARYVILLE, Ind. -- James Miller, a 55 year old from Medaryville, Ind., was sentenced in Marshall County Court for possessing four pounds of Methamphetamine.

Miller’s sister-in-law, who was driving the vehicle, was stopped for speeding.

The vehicle was then towed because Miller’s sisters-in-law license was suspended and Miller did not have a license.

The arresting officer then was granted consent to search and Miller informed the officer he had four pounds of Methamphetamine underneath the floor board between his feet.

Miller was convicted of Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver, Possession of Methamphetamine and being a Habitual Offender.

Miller was given an aggravated sentence of thirty years at the Indiana Department of Correction on Count I a Level 2 Possession with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine and sixteen years on Count II a Level 3 for Possession of Methamphetamine.

Miller was given 10 additional years at the Indiana Department of Correction on the Habitual Offender Sentencing Enhancement which must be served after the other two counts.

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