MORRISTOWN — A 32-year-old Morristown man has been charged for knowingly allowing his residence to be a drug-involved premises at which controlled substances were stored and distributed.
Michael Ulrich was charged in an indictment on March 23, according to the Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont.
Ulrich was arraigned on the indictment on March 30, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Kevin J. Doyle and is being held in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service pending further proceedings.
Court records show that on February 28, law enforcement executed a state search warrant at Ulrich’s residence in Morristown.
Inside the house, investigators found glassine bags intended for the packaging of controlled substances, a digital scale used to weigh quantities of controlled substances, more than 50 grams of cocaine, and a firearm.
If convicted, Ulrich faces up to twenty years of imprisonment.