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Man charged with cooking up meth in Belmont home
DARLINGTON - A man with a lengthy criminal record in southwestern Wisconsin faces felony charges in Lafayette County Circuit Court that he cooked meth in a Belmont residence in September. Mitchell Ryan Engebretson, 32, was charged Sept. 25 with a Class F felony count of manufacturing or delivering an amphetamine (three grams or less), a Class H felony count of intentionally disposing of methamphetamine waste and a Class I felony count of possessing methamphetamine. If punished to the full extent of the law, he faces up to 21 and a half years in prison and on extended supervision and fines of up to $45,000.