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Ludington woman sentenced for maintaining drug house

May 16, 2019

Nicole Rose Horowski, 28, 814 N. Harrison St., Ludington, was sentenced on Tuesday in 51st Circuit Court to one year in jail with 21 days served immediately and 12 months probation for a charge of maintaining a drug house.

Horowski had pleaded guilty to the charge. She had charges of controlled substance possession and felony firearm possession dismissed as part of her plea agreement.

She was arrested Sept. 21, 2018 in the 900 block of North Gaylord Avenue in Ludington, by officers from the State, Sheriffs, Chiefs Enforcement Narcotics Team (SSCENT).

“She is 28 years of age and has a serious substance abuse problem,” Mason County Prosecutor Paul Spaniola said about Horowski.

Horowski must pay $658 in fines and costs.

Thomas Donal Shephard, who was also arrested with Horowski, pleaded guilty for maintaining a drug house and his sentencing was scheduled for June 11.