A 56-year-old man has been given 170 months in federal prison for conspiring to sell methamphetamine in southwest Iowa and northwest Missouri.
Federal prosecutors say Orvis Wagaman, of College Springs, Iowa,
also must serve 10 years of supervised release when he leaves
prison. Prosecutors say Wagaman and his co-conspirators sold the
drug from January 2004 until November 2010.
Three of them have already been sentenced: Edward Gray Jr. was
given 15 years for the meth and five years on a weapons charge.
Levi Gray was given four years for the meth conspiracy. Edward Gray
Sr. was given 12½ years for the meth conspiracy.