Johns receives 25 years for manufacturing meth
Michael David Johns, 35, 701 W. Jefferson Apt. 1, was sentenced to 25 years in prison on July 12, after he was found guilty of conspiracy to manufacture a controlled substance (methamphetamine).
Union County Attorney Tim Kenyon said a narcotics investigation in 2012 led to the discovery of more than 12 individuals, who were involved in the conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamines. Information gathered from the initial narcotics investigation resulted in the execution of additional search warrants in January.
“You need a number of ingredients to manufacture methamphetamines,” said Kenyon. “These individuals were taking turns providing materials to whomever was making it that day.”
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