A Loganville man, who was charged with multiple counts related to the sale and possession of methamphetamine within the past year, was sentenced to prison after agreeing to a deal in which most of the charges were dismissed.
Leroy J. Lumby, 48, jailed for 128 years for possessing 10 grams of meth and 50 grams for selling the drug as a repeater, selling meth near a school, holding a firearm as a convicted criminal Maintaining a drug smuggling location, possessing up to 10 grams of a designer drug with the intention of possessing drug paraphernalia and selling it. He was also charged with felony and misdemeanor counts of possession of a controlled substance and jumping bail.
Lumbi was found guilty of possessing up to 10 grams of meth and as a convicted criminal of possessing a firearm. Other charges were dismissed, but “read”, meaning they were considered in sentence.
Sauk County Circuit Court Judge Patricia Barrett sentenced Lumby to a total of five years in prison and five years of extended supervision during his conviction. As to the conditions of the sentence, he must maintain complete abstinence and once again seek and maintain full-time employment. issued.
According to the criminal complaints in each case, Lumby was charged with possession and sale of meth in May, when a caller reported that Lumby had a “large” amount of meth and was trying to exchange heroin for meth. Was looking for someone.