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Meth lab co-defendant sentenced
11/9/2012 5:44:00 PM
By Clinton Randall
- Jeremy A. Cheyne, 23, of Union City, Ohio was sentenced Friday afternoon in the Darke County Court of Common Pleas.
Cheyne pled guilty Oct. 9 to one count of burglary, a third degree felony, and one count of possession of criminal tools, a felony of the fifth degree. He and three co-defendants,
Lesli H. Crowder, Chad D. Brumbaugh and Allyson N. Setser,
were arrested June 6 when police raided a suspected meth lab at a Union City residence.
Cheyne has remained incarcerated on a $50,000 bond since his arrest. He originally faced with more severe drug charges, but pled guilty to lesser offenses per a plea agreement.
"I realize how stupid I was and I've been able to reflect the last five months in jail," Cheyne stated before sentencing. "I missed the birth of my daughter. I just want to get to hold her for the first time."
Judge Jonathan P. Hein sentenced Cheyne to probation of up to 60 months, ordered him to complete the MonDay program in Dayton and 40 hours of community service. If Cheyne fails to complete the program, he could face 30 months in prison.
Cheyne was represented by Greenville attorney James Detling. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Deborah Quigley handled the case for the State of Ohio.
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