Limestone man sentenced for participating in meth conspiracy

POSTED: 10:30 PM Jan 09 2013   UPDATED: 10:30 PM Jan 09 2013

A Limestone, Tennessee man will spend seven years behind bars after he pleads guilty to participating in a meth conspiracy.
Habraham Guevara entered his plea to conspiring to distribute and possession with the intent to distribute 500 grams or more of meth.
Evidence presented at the sentencing hearing showed Guevara and two other people conspired to bring four pounds of high-quality Mexican Meth from Oklahoma City to sell in East Tennessee.
All four pounds were found at his home.
The investigation also resulted in the conviction of six other people who were found to be illegal immigrants from Mexico.