Austin man sentenced to additional prison time in Mower County District Court on felony drug possession charge

An Austin man already serving a 78-month prison sentence on a felony charge of 2nd degree drugs, sale of 10 grams or more of a narcotic other than heroin within a 90-day period has been sentenced to additional prison time in Mower County District Court.  

36-year-old Joseph Perry White, who is currently incarcerated at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud was convicted and sentenced Thursday to 98 months, or just over eight years in prison for a felony charge of 2nd degree drugs, possession of 25 grams or more of cocaine or methamphetamine stemming from an incident that took place on July 14th of this year.  White first pleaded guilty to the charge on August 4th, and a felony charge of 1st degree drugs, sale of 17 grams or more of methamphetamine with intent to sell in the case against White was dismissed with his guilty plea.

White was convicted and sentenced on August 4th of this year to 78 months, or six years and five months in prison for a felony charge of 2nd degree drugs, sale of 10 grams or more of a narcotic other than heroin within a 90-day period stemming from an incident that took place on November 12th, 2020.  White pleaded guilty to the felony drug sale charge on November 23rd, 2021 after initially pleading not guilty to the charge on September 23rd of that same year.

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