TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - A Lafayette man has been sentenced to 31 years for making meth in a West Lafayette motel.
Court documents say 32-year-old Brandon Bulthuis of Lake Station will spend 21 years behind bars and 10 years on probation.
In November of last year, officers were called to the Prestige Inn to investigate a chemical odor coming from a room Bulthuis and Penny Osmundson were staying in.
During the interview, Bulthuis told police he dumped what he could down the toilet before Osmundson answered their knock at the door.
He also said he and Osmundson had stayed at various motels and cooked meth three times throughout the month of November.
Bulthuis was given credit for 197 days already served and credit for good behavior.
He was ordered to pay restitution to Indiana State Police and the Prestige Inn for the cost of clean-up.
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