A Negaunee man could spend up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to a meth charge.
Thomas Harig had his arraignment in Marquette County Circuit Court Friday morning.
He pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine. Prosecutors dropped a charge of operating or maintaining a meth lab.
Harig is scheduled for sentencing June 6.
The Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team arrested him and a co-defendant, Ashley Heggaton, in April. Her Circuit Court arraignment is June 14.
Heggaton is accused of operating or maintaining a meth lab and possession of non-narcotics.