WICHITA FALLS (AP) — A North Texas man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for his role in a Wichita Falls-based methamphetamine ring.
A federal judge sentenced 44-year-old Louis Griego Jr. of Wichita Falls. Griego in July pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute methamphetamine.READ MORE: Child, 1 Adult Dead, 2 Others Sick From Deadly Bacteria Found In Aromatherapy Product Sold At Walmart
Prosecutors on Wednesday announced the sentence for Griego, who was among seven people pleading guilty in the case. A judge in August sentenced 28-year-old Anthony Rueben Johnston to 40 years in federal prison. Johnston pleaded guilty to drug-related conspiracy.READ MORE: Denton Police Investigate Shooting Near Whataburger
Investigators say Johnston supplied the methamphetamine to Griego for sales in the Wichita Falls area.
Griego was sentenced Monday.MORE NEWS: Dallas' Scottish Rite Hospital Celebrates 100 Years Of 'Giving Children Back Their Childhood'
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