McIntosh sentenced to up to 30 years for meth lab charges

June 8, 2012

Riley McIntosh, arrested in September last year with Scott Gadd and Perry Wiggins on drug charges, is facing 2.58 to 30 years in prison.

He was sentenced June 5 in Circuit Court after pleading guilty to delivery/manufacture methamphetamine, habitual offender 2nd offense related to an October sale of drugs to a confidential informant.

Another charge, delivery/manufacture methamphetamine, conspiracy to deliver/manufacture methamphetamine, habitual 2nd offense, was dismissed.

McIntosh was given credit for 231 days served and will pay $68 in state costs; $130 Crime Victim Rights fee; $350 to BAYANET (Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team); and $1,500 in fines, costs and court appointed attorney fees.

His sentence will run concurrent with the 4 year, 3 months to 15 years, and four year prison sentence he is already serving for two counts of controlled substances in Isabella County.

His earliest date to be eligible for parole will be January 16, 2016.

Gadd is scheduled to be sentenced on drug charges June 18. Wiggins was sentenced to 4 years 3 months to 30 years in prison earlier.

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