Two precursor defendants get probationCase involved demolished building on North D Avenue
Two more people were sentenced in relation to a methamphetamine case which involved the demolished building formerly located 322 N. D Ave. in Washington.
Jeffrey Alan Daniels, 29, of Washington, pleaded guilty on Dec. 16, 2013, to sell, distribute, and/or make available pseudoephedrine with intent to use as a precursor, a Class D felony, punishable with up to 5 years in prison, according to his court records.
Daniels received credit for his time served and had all but 270 days of his sentence suspended, the court record said. He will be on probation for three years and will have to follow the terms as follows: follow recommendations and treatment from the Department of Corrections, not use any controlled substances or enter taverns, liquor stores, or go into places where alcohol is sold primarily, and submit to toxicology testing requested by the Department of Corrections and pay for the testing if found to be using drugs, his record said.
According to his court records, Daniels was arrested on July 25, 2013. This was related to an earlier arrest of Jeffrey Marie, 30, of Washington and Michael Joe Miller, 39, of Washington, in March 2013. A search warrant was executed at 322 N. D Ave. on March 12, 2013, which Miller and Marie had occupied, their court records said. Miller pleaded guilty to conspiracy to manufacture, deliver and/or possess with intent to deliver methamphetamine in May 2013.
Jeffrey Michael Marie, 30, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of conspiracy to manufacture, deliver and/or possess with intent to deliver methamphetamine, less than 5 grams, his court record said.
Daniels was later identified as providing 14,400 mg of pseudoephedrine to Marie from January to March 2013. This would have made more than 13 grams of meth, the court record said.
Kolette Christine Daniels, 24, of Washington, was also sentenced in relation to this case. She pleaded guilty on Feb. 13, 2014, to sell, distribute, and/or make available pseudoephedrine with the intent to use as a precursor, a Class D felony, according to her court records.
She received a deferred judgment and was placed on probation for three years with certain conditions, her court record said. She will have evaluations and treatments as recommended by the Department of Corrections, not use any controlled substances or enter taverns, liquor stores or go into places where alcohol is primarily sold, not have association with people with criminal records, seek and maintain employment, pay restitution, and submit to testing as requested by the Department of Corrections and pay for testing if found using drugs, her court record said.