FD man sentenced for meth-making
SIOUX CITY (AP) - A 32-year-old man from Fort Dodge has been given 5 years in prison for conspiring to make methamphetamine.
Federal prosecutors said Phillip Farmer Jr. was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Sioux City. He had pleaded guilty in May. Farmer must serve five years of supervised release after he leaves prison.
Prosecutors said that from December 2009 through July 2011, Farmer bought or otherwise acquired pseudoephedrine so he and others could make meth. Prosecutors also said Farmer admitted selling meth in the Fort Dodge area.
Fifth-degree theft - Nicholas Dixon, 17, 306 D St., $320.
Violation of probation - Jeremiah Messerly, no age or address provided, sent to District Court.
Driving under suspension - Timothy Goodale, no age or address provided, trial set for Sept. 21.
Simple assault - Levi Vaughn, no age or address provided, $330.
IRVING - Maria and Jake, Webster City, a boy, Jack Thomas Irving, Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2012. Grandparents are Kurt and Sharon Maxon, of Webster City, and Jan and Derek Evans, Millom, England. Great-grandparents are Kathy Maxon, of Waseca, Minn.; Jim and Anne Irving, of Millom, England; and Alec Evans, of Millom, England.
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MCGUIRE - Jason and Heidi, Farnhamville, a girl, Ina Ann McGuire, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012.