IRON MOUNTAIN - As the result of an investigation and arrest by the Kingsford-Iron Mountain-Norway-Dickinson County (KIND) Drug Team, Alonzo Wilson has been sentenced to prison for five to 30 years for delivery of heroin and delivery of cocaine.
Prosecuting Attorney Stephanie Brule said Wilson, 40, originally of Chicago, pleaded guilty to two counts of delivery of heroin, one count of delivery of cocaine and to being a habitual offender, fourth offense.
Dickinson County Circuit Court Judge Richard Celello handed down the sentence.
He was represented by attorney Dan Jaspen of Iron Mountain.
Maegan Doty, 29, of Iron Mountain was also sentenced by Judge Celello for conviction of delivery of heroin, delivery of cocaine and maintaining a drug vehicle. She received 11 months in the county jail and 18 months probation.
Doty's arrest and conviction was also the result of an investigation by the KIND Drug Team and included forfeiture of her vehicle.
Doty was represented by attorney Kalen Lipe of Iron Mountain.
Brule added that two other defendants have also pleaded guilty to delivery of heroin and delivery of cocaine following an investigation and arrests by the KIND Drug Team.
Amy Bergman, 31, of Gwinn, pleaded guilty to delivery of heroin and delivery of cocaine and to being a habitual offender, second offense.
Co-defendant Megan Hulce Gilbert, 34, of Iron Mountain, also pleaded guilty to delivery of cocaine and being a habitual offender, third offense.
Bergman and Gilbert will be sentenced by Judge Mary B. Barglind on Jan. 8.
Lisa M. Hoffmann's e-mail address is lhoffmann@ironmountaindailynewscom.