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SHEPHERDSVILLE - Messing with methamphetamine doesn’t pay in Bullitt County.
In cases last week in Bullitt Circuit Court, defendants learned the hard way that dealing or manufacturing in methamphetamine will result in serving multiple years in prison.
Jonathan W. Knauer was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Attorney Jahmal Wooldridge requested probation for his client since it was his first felony offense.
However, Circuit Judge Rodney Burress agreed with assistant commonwealth attorney Nick Raley.
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