2018-06-14 / Courts

Elmwood man arraigned for meth possession

ULLOM ULLOM A 32-year-old Elmwood Township man was arraigned in Circuit Court this week charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Daryl L. Ullom faces two felonies and as an habitual offender could spend 10 or more years in prison, if convicted.

According to the probable cause complaint, deputies responded to a residence on Sylvia Street reporting the Ullom had arrived under the influence of narcotics. The caller wanted him removed.

Ullom attempted to flee the residence through a basement window before he was apprehended by deputies, according to court documents.

Ullom consented to a search of his “person” and was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and suboxone.

He is charged with possession of meth, a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and/or $15,000; and possession of a controlled substance (suboxone), a 2-year felony.

Ullom is charged as an habitual offender as he has three previous criminal convictions on his record.

In January 2004, he was convicted of maintaining a drug house in Grand Traverse County. The following year, in July, Ullom was convicted of unauthorized use of a financial transaction device. And in June 2010, he was convicted of receiving marijuana.

The fourth-offense habitual offender notice means that the sentence for the defendant could be enhanced if convicted.

He remains lodged in the Leelanau County Jail.

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