October trial date set for IM woman

NADINE JOHNSON

IRON MOUNTAIN — A trial has been set for an Iron Mountain woman accused of drug and weapon charges in Dickinson County Circuit Court.

Nadine Lanell Johnson, 30, will go to trial Oct. 22 and 23 on charges of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, a 20-year felony; carrying a concealed weapon, a five-year felony; possession of marijuana, a one-year misdemeanor; and operating while intoxicated, a 93-day misdemeanor.

Dickinson County deputies pulled over Johnson’s vehicle May 3 on Bellagomba Road in Iron Mountain because she had a valid bench warrant, according to the criminal complaint.

Deputies detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana and noted Johnson performed poorly on standard field sobriety tests, so they took her to the hospital for a blood draw, the complaint stated.

A search of Johnson’s vehicle revealed several grams of meth packaged for sale, marijuana, a large quantity of cash and a fixed-blade knife, according to the complaint.

Nikki Younk can be reached at 906-774-2772, ext. 41, or nyounk@ironmountaindailynews.com.

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