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Kingsford man sent to prison

December 18, 2012
The Daily News

IRON MOUNTAIN - A 32-year-old Kingsford man has been sentenced to a minimum of two years 10 days to 40 years maximum in a Michigan State Prison for delivery of heroin less than 50 grams and being a habitual offender, third offense notice.

Christopher Lee Lukaszewski was sentenced by Dickinson County Judge Richard Celello on Monday. He was represented by attorney Grant Carlson of Iron Mountain.

According to the felony complaint, Lukaszewski on June 4 sold three packages of a powdery substance wrapped in foil and stated to be heroin to a confidential informant for $100.

The substance was later confirmed by the Michigan State Police forensic lab as heroin.

Lukaszewski was arrested on a warrant charging him with one count of delivery of heroin and habitual offender, fourth offense.

The charge is the result of an ongoing investigation by the Kingsford-Iron Mountain-Norway-Dickinson County (KIND) Drug Team Drug Team.

Officers with KIND seized additional items related to suspected controlled substance violations at the time of the arrest.

 
 

 

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