Salem Man Pleads Guilty to Three Meth Charges To Gain Entrance To Drug CourtA 54-year-old Salem man has been admitted to the Marion County Drug Court program. Dale Sanders pleaded guilty to possession of meth manufacturing materials, possession of meth precursors and possession of under five grams of methamphetamine in order to get into drug court.
Sentencing was deferred until it is determined if Sanders successfully completes drug court. If he does, the conviction will be erased from his weekend. If Sanders is kicked out of the program, he will immediately move to sentencing.
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