Sibley Man To Serve Suspended Prison Sentence, Other Penalties On Felony Drug Charge

Date posted - January 31, 2012

A Sibley man will serve a suspended prison term and probation and pay a large fine among other penalties after he was convicted of a felony drug offense.

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office reports that 20-year-old Jordan Lawrence Lovan of Sibley has pled guilty to Delivery of Marijuana, a Class D Felony.  Lovan is to pay a fine of over $1,500, court costs, restitution of any court-appointed attorney fees, and victim restitution.  He was sentenced to a suspended 5-year prison term, and will serve two years’ probation.

Lovan was also ordered to successfully complete a Victim Empathy Class, undergo a Substance Abuse Evaluation and comply with the treatment’s recommendations.

According to court records, Lovan was charged with the offense on March 24, 2011, when he allegedly delivered 7.5 grams of marijuana to a confidential informant in Osceola County.

By Scott Van Aartsen News Director

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