Grand Rapids Man Sentenced for Selling Meth

A Grand Rapids will spend the next seven years behind bars for possessing and selling methamphetamine. 

32-year-old Jesse Ogorman was charged with one count of Felony Second Degree Sale of a Controlled Substance. 

The charges stem from an incident in May of 2015. 

Police were given a tip that Ogorman and a woman were in possession of approximately 13 grams of meth, and had recently sold meth. 

Authorities executed a search warrant of their home, vehicle and the couple. 

Police recovered more than 10 grams of meth from Ogorman alone.

He allegedly admitted to police to selling meth several times.

Ogorman has an extensive criminal history including convictions of Failing to Register as a Predatory Offender, Felony Domestic Assault and Misdemeanor Domestic Assault. 

In addition to 7 years behind bars, Ogorman has to pay $125 in fines and provide a DNA sample.  His prison sentence will run concurrent with a 24 month sentence for failing to register a sex offender. 

 

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