Two Ishpeming residents have been sentenced to prison after a meth bust that happened in November of last year.
Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team detectives raided a home on Seventh Street in Ishpeming on November 26, 2012 that resulted in the arrests of four people.
On Tuesday, two of the defendants were sentenced in federal court in Marquette. Chad and Kelley Warlin had both pled guilty to distribution and possession with intent to distribute meth.
Chad Warlin will serve 137 months in prison and Kelley Warlin received a sentence of 84 months in prison. Both have four years of supervision after their release and were assessed $100.
The other defendants in the case also entered guilty pleas.
Justin Saari will be sentenced on September 20, and Patrizia Benstrom will be sentenced on October 23.