ST. PAUL, Minn. -- A former sports radio host will serve out the remainder of his sentence in a workhouse after drug tests came back positive for cocaine.
Jeff Dubay was sentenced to the Ramsey County workhouse last July on a felony drug possession charge.
Dubay moved to an in-patient drug treatment program in November but repeatedly failed drug tests.
According to Ramsey County Court, Dubay's court-ordered drug tests came back positive for cocaine.
Dubay will now serve the remaining 88 days of his original 180 days in the workhouse.
Dubay was a morning-show host at KFAN-AM with Paul Allen for 10 years.
He was fired in October 2008, after being arrested in Maplewood for throwing a plastic bag out of his car that contained cocaine.
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