Former Twin Cities Radio Personality Sentenced in Meth Case
MINNEAPOLIS -- A judge has sentenced former Twin Cities sports radio personality Jeff Dubay to jail and probation in a methamphetamine case.
Washington County District Judge Susan Miles sentenced the 48-year-old Dubay on Friday to 180 days in jail and 10 years on probation. He also must complete a drug treatment program and pay a $50 fine.
Cottage Grove police stopped Dubay in April for speeding. A search turned up two hypodermic needs in his pocket, 31 used needles in a bag on the front seat and small piece of paper that held a trace amount of methamphetamine.
Dubay was a batboy for the Twins and had been a longtime co-host on KFAN. He was fired after he was arrested in 2008 for cocaine possession.