Clearfield, PA – A Curwensville man was sentenced recently for being involved with a group that was allegedly bringing meth into our area.
35-year-old Cory Irwin pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 9 months to 3 years in state prison.
He was charged with possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine last November.
Irwin had been in a vehicle driving around Clearfield with 20-year-old Trevor Brubaker of New Providence, 19-year-old Julie Fogle of Lancaster, and 21-year-old Arlene Kupchella of Indiana.
Police became suspicious when it looked as though they were exchanging money with a man who came up to the car.
When police searched the vehicle, they found about a large number of Xanax pills and 30 grams of methamphetamine, plus scales to weigh the drugs and about $2,400 in cash.
Brubaker faced more serious charges as the leader of this small group. He was sentenced to 12 months to 3 years in state prison in February.
Brubaker reportedly told police that he had brought meth into the Clearfield area at least five times, and he was proud that his meth was able to sell for about $40 per quarter of a gram because it was “so good” in quality.
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