Two offenders were sentenced in Marshall County Superior Court I last week for manufacturing methamphetamine.
Nicholas A. Hundt, 34 of Plymouth, pleaded guilty in a plea agreement to the charge of Manufacturing Methamphetamine and was sentenced 10 years in the Indiana Department of Corrections. No part of that sentence was suspended.
He was arrested on June 13, 2012 after an employee at Dollar General had reported a shoplifter and gave a description of Hundt’s vehicle. A police officer from the Plymouth Police Department found Hundt’s vehicle at a home on Conger Street. Police found that he had a suspended driver’s license. Inside the car, officers found items that were reported stolen from Dollar General and “meth trash”. When the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Team was called to the scene to dispose of the hazardous materials, they found an active meth lab in the car.
Joshua B. Baughman, 23 of Angola, was sentenced to 10 years in the Indiana Department of Corrections with two years suspended on a manufacturing methamphetamine charge.
Baughman was arrested on Sept. 17, 2012 when a driver reported a driver in a vehicle driving erratically on U.S. 30. When police conducted a traffic stop, they found the vehicle was stolen from the Fort Wayne area and the three people in the car with Baughman gave misinformation about their identities and denied knowing the vehicle was stolen. Methamphetamine-related items along with a one-pot meth lab were found inside the car.
Of the four individuals charged in this case, Baughman is the third to be sentenced. The fourth individual, Dana Moon, will be sentenced on May 8 having already pleaded guilty to Manufacturing Methamphetamine.