MENOMINEE — Two Powers residents arrested on meth charges in October have entered plea agreements.
Thirty-eight-year old Jeremy Jones pleaded guilty to the manufacture of meth, possession of marijuana, and maintaining a drug house. His co-defendant, 39-year old Tisha Marcolette, pleaded guilty to amended charges of delivery or manufacture of less than fifty grams of meth and aiding and abetting.
The two were arrested after a one-pot meth lab and meth-making materials were found by Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team detectives. Both Jones and Marcolette are scheduled to be sentenced in Menominee County Circuit Court on January 8th.