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Garrett man pleads guilty to manufacturing methamphetamine

January 16, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY— A Garrett man pleaded guilty to methamphetamine manufacturing in Whitley County Circuit Court Monday.

Mitchell M. Bradley, 38, was arrested June 12, 2013, during a traffic stop on Ind. 205.

Columbia City Police Captain Tony Hively uncovered an active meth lab when he pulled over a Jeep Cherokee being driven by Bradley and Braidon M. Hall.

In court Monday, Bradley pleaded guilty to manufacture of methamphetamine, and, as part of a plea arrangement, several other charges connected to the same traffic stop.

Another stipulation of Bradley’s plea agreement is that the executed portion of his sentence cannot exceed 10 years.

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