MILLS COUNTY MAN SENTENCED TO FEDERAL PRISON FOR DRUG MANUFACTURING
(Malvern) A Mills County man was sentenced to more than 13-years in federal prison this week.
U.S. Attorney Nicholas A. Klinefeldt sentenced 37-year-old Paul L. Foster of Malvern Wednesday to 157-months in prison for his participation in a conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.
He was sentenced to 10-years supervised release following his imprisonment and order to pay a $100 special assessment for the Crime Victim Fund.
Foster is currently in the custody of the U.S. Marshall pending designation of the federal facility at which he will serve his imprisonment.
Foster plead guilty to the charge in federal court on June 8.
The charge stems from the November 2009 arrest of Foster and another individual in possession of items used to manufacture meth. An investigation uncovered large purchases of pseudoephedrine by Foster and one or more others i in southwest Iowa and southeast Nebraska.