Marijuana delivery to a minor yields jail term.

January 20, 2016
Anthony Aguilera with his attorney, Timothy Hayes.

Anthony Aguilera with his attorney, Timothy Hayes.

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — A 37-year-old Montague man was sentenced in 27th Circuit Court Wednesday, Jan. 20, to serve three months forthwith of a nine-month discretionary jail sentence for a conviction of delivery of marijuana to a minor.

Anthony Joseph Aguilera, of 6588 50th Ave., pleaded guilty to the charge last month. Aguilera was initially charged with one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC); one count of third-degree CSC; and one count of controlled substance delivery to a minor. Those three counts were dismissed in exchange for his plea to an added fourth count of controlled substance delivery to a minor.

The incident occurred Dec. 22-23, 2010 in Claybanks Township with a 16-year-old girl, according to his earlier testimony.

Judge Anthony A. Monton also ordered Aguilera to serve one year probation, which specifies that he may not consume alcohol or drugs. His driver’s license is suspended one year, with a restricted license after 60 days. Aguilera was given credit for eight days already served in jail.

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