Herron, Chartrand sentenced

 

By Pat Maurer

 

Review Correspondent

 

 

 

Eric Donia Herron, who along with Stephanie Marie Chartrand, was arrested last January on multiple methamphetamine drug charges stemming from a BAYANET raid on his home in Harrison, was sentenced by Circuit Judge Thomas Evans Monday to from 3 to 20 years in prison (with credit for 264 days; 5695.21 in restitution to the Harrison Fire Department and $1,754.14 in restitution to BAYANET (joint and several with his co-defendant, Stephanie Chartrand; plus $130 State costs, $130 crime victim rights assessment and $1,000 fines and costs.

 

Earlier he pled guilty to “Conspiracy to Operate a Methamphetamine Lab involving Hazardous Waste and Conspiracy to Deliver/Manufacture Methamphetamine.

 

Stephanie Marie Chartrand, who also pled guilty to Conspiracy to Operate/Maintain a laboratory and Possession of Methamphetamine as a habitual 2nd offender, was sentenced by Judge Evans to two to 15 years in prison with credit for 362 days served with $695.21 restitution to the Harrison Fire Department jointly and several with her co-defendant Eric Herron plus $136 in State costs, $130 crime victim rights assessment and $1,500 fines costs and CAA.