(Waupun) A Waupun man was sentenced to two years in prison Friday on several drug related charges. Bradley Valcq entered a no contest plea to a felony count of Possession with Intent to Deliver Amphetamine and Possession of Narcotic Drugs. Authorities stopped a black Volkswagen last January because the license plate was registered to a red Volkswagen. The officer recognized one of the passengers as Valcq, who had an active arrest warrant and was on probation due to a domestic battery conviction. Once Valcq was taken into custody, police noticed a small baggy than contained an illegal substance. Law enforcement search the vehicle and found various drug paraphernalia as well as five grams methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, psychedelic mushrooms and marijuana. When questioned, other passengers said that the five grams of meth was considered a small pickup and usually Valcq would pick up more. In addition to prison, the 33-year-old was placed on extended supervision for five years.