LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A man received a sentence of 32 years for meth related charges in Tippecanoe County.
Prosecutor Pat Harrington says 27-year-old Steven Cox of Williamsport was convicted of four charges last month including conspiracy to deal meth.
He was arrested in connection to the arrests of four others in January 2012 after police raided neighboring apartments at 12th and Brown streets and found meth and items used to make meth.
A judge sentenced Cox to 20 years in prison, 2 years in community corrections and 10 years on probation.
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