LIMESTONE, Tenn. - A Limestone, Tennessee man will spend seven years in prison after pleading guilty to his involvement in a methamphetamine conspiracy.
Habraham Guevara pled guilty to conspiring to distribute meth and possession of meth with the intent to distribute 500 grams or more.
Evidence showed Guevara and two other people conspired to bring four pounds of high-quality Mexican meth from Oklahoma city to sell in East Tennessee. According to authorities, 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.
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