The partner in a case that occurred in November of last year was sentenced on Wednesday in Marshall County Superior Court.
30-year-old Richard Gee, formerly of South Bend, is alleged to have entered a home with the purpose of manufacturing methamphetamine. His partner in the case was sentenced earlier in the year.
According to information provided by the Marshall County Prosecutor’s office, an Indiana State Trooper responded to the call and proceeded to track Gee on a high speed chase through Plymouth.
Gee was ultimately charged with Burglary, Conspiracy to Deal in Methamphetamine, and Resisting Law Enforcement.
As part of a plea agreement, Gee admitted in court that he participated in the crimes. He was sentenced to 31.5 years in prison, set to run concurrently. It was noted that Gee has a lengthy criminal history dating back to when he was 14-years of age.