Munising meth lab co-defendants to spend up to 20 years in prison

MUNISING — Two Alger County residents who operated a meth lab in Munising will spend up to 20 years in prison.

Keith Anderson, 31, and David Gumuski, 29, were sentenced Monday in Alger County Circuit Court.  Both men will spend a minimum of three years in prison and were credited with 228 days served.  Anderson was ordered to pay $430 in fines and costs; Gumuski will pay $845.

They pleaded guilty to one count of possession of meth and were sentenced as four-time habitual offenders.

The men and two other Munising residents were arrested in February after police found a meth lab and meth lab components at a home on Superior Street in Munising.