Two years probation for woman in UPSET bust
A woman involved in an Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team bust from this spring was sentenced in Iron County Circuit Court.
Cami Fittante, 19, of Iron River was sentenced to two years probation under the Holmes Youth Trainee Act. If Fittante completes all terms of probation, she will not have to report her conviction of a felony on job applications
She will spend 15 days in Iron County Jail and has already been credited for three days served.
Fittante will also be enrolled in the Iron County Court Drug Program, for a two year intensive probationary term to ensure that she stays clean.
Rhonda Nichols, 31, of Caspian, was also scheduled to be sentenced for charges stemming from the same case, but her fate will not be decided until September 16.
The court delayed the sentencing due to scoring issues, which are guidelines provided by the Department of Corrections dictating where the convicted party should serve their sentence.
Nichols and Fittante are four of six defendants that were arrested by UPSET in May on a number of drug charges in Iron River.