David Kunkel sentenced to 18 months for delivery of methamphetamine
David Robert Kunkel, 29, was sentenced on Monday to three years in prison, with a requireement that he serve 18 months, and three years of supervised probation for Class B felony delivery of methamphetamine on May 23, 2019. The sentence is concurrent with a sentence that Kunkel is already serving in another case. Kunkel will receive credit for 136 days already served.
The state dismissed two other Class B felony charges of conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine and delivery of methamphetamine against Kunkel under the terms of a plea deal.
Kunkel must also obtain a chemical dependency evaluation and pay $700 in restitution and $775 in court costs.
Kunkel’s co-defendant, Heather Galdeen, is still facing a charge of Class B felony conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine.
In another case, Kunkel was sentenced to 30 days time served for Class C felony counterfeiting and was ordered to pay $725 in court costs.