MARION COUNTY — A 30-year-old Centralia man was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison on multiple drug-related cases in Marion County.
Jordan Heern had earlier pleaded guilty to five charges he’d been charged with in three separate cases over six months.
The heaviest sentence was four years for a September 2016 charge of possession of less than 5-grams of methamphetamine.
He received another four years on a conviction from March 2017 for possession of 15 to 100 grams of meth, possession of a firearm by a person on parole, and possession of a controlled substance.
While Heern was sentenced to 4-years on each charge in that case, they were ordered to be served concurrent to one another.
However, they’re to be served consecutively with the four years handed down in the September 2016 case and 2-years that was handed down in a January 2017 case for possession of less than 5-grams of meth.
After Heern completes his prison term, he’ll have to serve 2-years mandatory supervised release.