MARQUETTE — A Minnesota man has made his initial appearance in federal court for allegedly intending to distribute meth near a U.P. elementary school.
Dylan Quigley-Robinson, 21, of Hutchinson, Minnesota stood mute on his charge this afternoon in U.S. District Court in Marquette. Judge Timothy Greeley entered a not guilty plea on his behalf.
A DEA agent has also executed a federal arrest warrant for Quigley-Robinson at the Gogebic County Jail.
He’s charged with possession of crystal meth with intent to distribute. Quigley-Robinson is specifically accused of intent to distribute more than five grams of meth within a thousand feet of a public elementary school and playground in Ironwood.