Man who tried to hide meth components in the woods pleads guilty

Man who tried to hide meth components in the woods pleads guilty

ESCANABA — A Rapid River man arrested after allegedly hiding meth components in the woods and fleeing police on foot has entered a plea agreement in Delta County Circuit Court.

Thirty-four-year old Christopher Johnson pleaded guilty to operating or maintaining a meth lab. As a result of the agreement, two other charges against him will be dismissed.

Johnson was arrested in January after police say he tried to hide syringes and meth components near a snowmobile trail in Brampton. He is scheduled to be sentenced on April 25th.