30-Years For Dealing Meth

In case dat­ing back to the fall of 2006, a man was handed a 30 year sen­tence Mon­day in Steuben Supe­rior Court.

Mark Allen Voges entered a guilty plea to a Class A felony of Deal­ing in Metham­phet­a­mine last month.

At his sen­tenc­ing yes­ter­day, five years was sus­pended and Voges was placed on pro­ba­tion for five years.

He also got credit for 2,520 days already served and the same amount for good time credit. In exchange for the guilty plea, pros­e­cu­tors dis­missed charges of deal­ing meth and being a habit­ual offender.

The orig­i­nal charges were filed in con­nec­tion with the sale of over nine grams of meth to an under­cover informant.

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