GOSHEN — An Elkhart man who testified during a joint murder trial saw his probation in a 2004 drug case revoked on Thursday.

Jose Lopez Jr., 35, pleading guilty to violating the terms of his probation given in a 2004 conviction for dealing methamphetamine. His seven-year sentence was re-imposed by Elkhart County Circuit Court Judge Michael Christofeno after Lopez admitted that he tested positive for meth in October 2019 because he had used the drug.

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Revolution 1776

Bring back the death penalty for use, possession & sale of.this drug/poison

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