WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A Crawfordsville man accused of having an active meth lab in his car will spend the next 24 years in prison. Richard Wetter's sentence also includes six years of probation.
Police arrested 47-year-old Richard Wetter after he was pulled over last December after an officer saw him swerving his vehicle in West Lafayette at Northwestern and Stadium avenues.
The officer found an active meth lab in the vehicle, along with than two thousand dollars in cash and 96 pseudoephedrine tablets.
Wetter pleaded guilty in August to charges including dealing in methamphetamine and operating while intoxicated.
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