Madison man gets 14 years in prison for making meth
Friday, May 03, 2013 11:00 AM
A Madison man was sentenced to 14 years in prison Wednesday for several methamphetamine-related offenses.
Jesse Calhoun, 32, pleaded guilty to manufacturing meth, a Class B felony; possession of meth, a Class D felony; and admitted to violating his probation from a previous case.
Calhoun received 12 years on the manufacturing charge and one year on the other two charges, all of which will run consecutively.
Calhoun was arrested in February 2012 after police received reports on an explosion on First Street. Officers arrested Calhoun after finding him to be in possession of meth, according to court records. Calhoun was later arrested in July after an investigation into manufacturing meth.
He was also ordered to pay $666 in fines and court costs.