York man to be resentenced in meth case after probation revoked

YORK — Jacob Johnson, 32, of York, will be resentenced in a case involving a substantial amount of methamphetamine after violating the terms of his probation.

He appeared in York County District Court this past week, where he admitted to the violation.

The case began in 2021 when a probation search was conducted at his residence. During that search, police officers found 20 grams of methamphetamine, a bowl containing methamphetamine, a large number of unused Ziploc bags indicating drug sales, a digital scale with residence, hypodermic needles and multiple forms of paraphernalia, as well as illegal prescription drugs.

He was sentenced to probation but is now again facing the possibility of incarceration due to his non-compliance.

Resentencing has been scheduled for March 11.

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