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Meth offender gets 14-year prison sentence
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One of three people charged in a September meth case was sentenced to a 14-year prison sentence last week in DeKalb County Criminal Court. Brandon Keith Thomas, 29, pled guilty to initiation of a process to manufacture methamphetamine and two violations of probation before Judge Gary McKenzie last Tuesday, and was given an eight-year sentence to serve on the meth charge, set to run concurrently with an eight-year sentence for one of the probation violations, but to run consecutively with a six-year sentence for the other probation violation, totaling a 14-year sentence. He was given credit for 136 in jail.