According to a report, United States Attorney John W. Vaudreuil said a Madison man was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for heroin possession.
Darrion Brown, 22, of Madison, was sentenced Thursday for an incident in November 2012 in which he took a drug user’s car as collateral and was taken into custody with multiple bags of heroin and a loaded gun.
Vaudreuil’s office said Brown had taken a car from a drug customer as collateral for a drug debt. The wife of the drug customer called Brown and said she had his money if he would meet her at a nearby restaurant parking lot. She then called Madison police, who agreed to offer assistance in recovering the car.
When Brown arrived with the car police officers approached him and he presented false identification. He attempted to run but was apprehended.