REED CITY \u2014 A Reed City man was sentenced to jail Friday in Osceola County\u2019s 49th Circuit Court for his crimes involving marijuana. Todd Michael Postema, 45, was arrested and charged in January on various offenses involving the illegal growth and sale of marijuana. As part of a plea agreement with the Osceola County Prosecutor\u2019s Office, Postema pleaded guilty to two counts of delivering\/manufacturing marijuana and one count of maintaining a drug house. In exchange for his plea, the prosecutor\u2019s office dismissed one count of delivery\/manufacture of marijuana 5-45 kilograms, one count of using a computer to commit a crime and one count of felony firearm. On Friday, Judge Scott Hill-Kennedy sentenced Postema to 60 days in jail and two years of probation. As part of the plea agreement, Postema\u2019s jail time was capped at three months. Before Postema was sentenced, his attorney Steven Benson told the judge Postema was \u201cone of the most remorseful clients I\u2019ve ever had\u201d and advocated for some type of sentence where jail time wouldn\u2019t have to be served in a 90-day block in order to preserve his employment. Postema also addressed the court, apologizing for his actions and saying he is now a better person. \u201cI\u2019m very sorry for what I did,\u201d Postema said. Benson also asked Hill-Kennedy to allow his client to report to jail on Monday in order to complete a work-related job over the weekend. However, Hill-Kennedy denied that request. \u201cThis was foreseeable that you\u2019d have to report to jail today and there needs to be a meaningful consequence,\u201d Hill-Kennedy said. The judge also noted Postem could get out of jail sooner if he receives credit for good time served at the jail. Postema also was ordered to pay fines and court costs. Postema was arrested as a result of a three-month-long investigation by the Traverse Narcotics Team (TNT). With the assistance of the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Office and the Michigan State Police \u2014 Mount Pleasant Post, a search warrant was executed at a home in Reed City. Police found an illegal grow operation at the home, resulting in TNT detectives seizing 21 marijuana plants, processed marijuana packaged for sale, a firearm and several items believed to be affiliated with narcotics trafficking.