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      Sentence reached in case involving nerve agent hoax

      The man involved in a meth bust resulting in a lock down of two area hospitals was sentenced on Monday.

      Twenty-four-year-old Charles Rogers was sentenced in Marquette District Court on Monday afternoon. He'll serve one year of probation.

      Earlier Rogers reached a plea agreement in which he plead guilty to possession of marijuana while other charges were dismissed. This case stems from an October incident where authorities received a report of a possible exposure to a World War II nerve agent. This caused a lockdown at Bell and Marquette General hospitals.

      Rogers sentence is conditional based him passing a drug screening.

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