Grayville Man Sentenced Tuesday for Meth Charge in White County

Grayville Man Sentenced Tuesday for Meth Charge in White County

WHITE CO. – A Grayville man was sentenced in White County Court Tuesday on a meth charge.

White County State’s Attorney Denton Aud said 24-year-old James McFarland will spend seven years in state prison for unlawful delivery of methamphetamine. McFarland will serve two years of mandatory supervised release upon his release from prison.

Aud added McFarland was recommended to participate in the Impact Incarceration Program, a.k.a. “Boot Camp.” His sentence will run concurrently with a sentence entered in Edwards County for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver Tuesday morning.

The Southern Illinois Drug Task Force was the investigating agency. McFarland was represented by Bill Hoffeditz. Judge Thomas Dinn was the presiding judge.

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