Man sentenced for hiding meth components in woods

Man sentenced for hiding meth components in woods

ESCANABA — A Rapid River man was sentenced as a habitual offender today in Delta County Circuit Court.

Thirty-four-year old Christopher Johnson of Rapid River was sentenced as a habitual offender – second offense today for the underlying charge of operating and maintain a meth lab. He received three to 30 years in prison with credit for 86 days served.

Delta County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Johnson in late February after he tried to hide syringes and meth components in the woods near Snowmobile Trail #2 in Brampton.