A second-offense intent to deliver charge could be dropped if a Jackson man agrees to a bargain offered by Hillsdale County prosecutors.
The Hillsdale Daily News says 25-year-old Damien Honeck was arrested on August 16th after failing to stop while exiting a private driveway, as well as crossing the center line.
While he was detained, police found three ounces of meth in Honeck’s vehicle, and a blood sample was sent for analysis, as officers believe he was operating under the influence.
Honeck also resisted officers during the traffic stop.
The plea deal would retain a charge of possession of methamphetamine.
Honeck is currently free on 10% of $115,000 bond.