TENNESSEE - Two people are facing several years in prison for their part in bringing meth into Northeast Tennessee.
The US Attorney's office tells us Stacy Snyder, who is from Mountain City, was sentenced to nine years in prison and four years of supervised released Thursday.
Billy Hartness, also from Mountain City, is facing more than 17 years in prison and four years of supervised release.
Those two, along with 18 others, were indicted in May of last year for conspiring to manufacture meth. They've either been found guilty or sentenced.
Those indictments were part of a nearly seven year-long investigation to crack down on meth.
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