Judge sends man to prison for his involvement with meth

MARQUETTE — A Gwinn man arrested for his involvement with meth is off to prison.

Corey Allen Racine, 26, received 3 to 20 years with the Michigan Department of Corrections for pleading guilty to two counts of delivery and/or manufacture of meth.

Racine was arrested last October by the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team and the Forsyth Township Police Department for making meth on an ATV Trail.

Per the sentencing agreement, Racine will be eligible for boot camp after 12 months in prison.