Medford Man Sentenced for Role in Meth Operation

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff

A 35-year-old Medford has been sentence to one year in jail and seven years probation for his role in meth manufacturing operation in Taylor County.

Friday, Robert J. Nealey was found guilty of two counts of manufacturing methamphetamine, and one count of purchasing psuedoephedrine for someone else with the intent to manufacture meth. Four other charges were dismissed.

On June 1, 2011 law enforcement issued a search warrant at a property in the city of Medford. Police say the lab was being operated by suspects from Medford and Marshfield.

A Medford newspaper reports Nealey is the fifth person to be charged in the ring.

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