21-year-old gets 36 months with 28 suspended for dealing meth

A 21-year-old Juneau man was sentenced to serve 36 months in prison with 28 months suspended for dealing methamphetamine.

 

Zachary D. McCreery was sentenced Thursday in Juneau Superior Court before Judge Louis Menendez.


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He was originally indicted on three counts of felony drug misconduct for knowingly delivering methamphetamine in April and May of 2012.

He pleaded guilty in December to a reduced felony charge of attempted third-degree drug misconduct that consolidated the three counts.

Prosecutors said this was his first felony conviction.

McCreery already served the jail sentence at Lemon Creek Correction Center while the case was pending. He is required to be on probation for the duration of the suspended jail sentence.

• Contact reporter Emily Russo Miller at 523-2263 or at emily.miller@juneauempire.com.

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