Federal prison time for two Plattsmouth men.
29-year-old Mark Hutchison and 31-year-old Arley Watson are each serving 120 months for convictions on conspiracy to manufacture 50 grams or more of methamphetamine.
United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg and the Drug Enforcement Administration advise that Hutchison and Watson were obtaining pseudoephedrine pills from various stores for use in the manufacture of meth.
The Cassgram reports the report says Hutchison purchased approximately 50 boxes of pseudoephedrine and Watson purchased over 90 boxes, enough to produce over 100 grams of actual methamphetamine. The purchases were made from September of 2007 through March of 2009.
Following the imprisonment, both will be on supervised release for five years.
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