Man sentenced to five years in prison for making meth
A Virginia man is going to spend five years in prison for making methamphetamine.
In November 2015, police were called to a home in Pound, Va. where they saw what appeared to be chemical smoke from making meth. Officers secured a search warrant for the home and found multiple items used to make meth as well as a "shake n bake" meth lab in progress.
Alex Plaine Senter, 26, of Clintwood, Va., was one of the people inside the home making the meth.
Senter was found guilty Monday in the Wise County/City of Norton Circuit Court on charges of manufacturing meth.
Senter was sentenced to 15 years in prison with 10 years suspended upon the condition of successful completion of 4 years probation. He will serve a total time of five years in prison.