Muscatine man sentenced for making meth

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Joseph Stover

A Muscatine man will spend ten years in prison after he was convicted in connection with operation of a meth lab.

Joseph Stover, 31, was charged with manufacture of methamphetamine in October 2011.  Stover and two other men were charged in connection with the case.

Court records show Stover pleaded guilty to the charge in January 2013.

Stover was sentenced March 8,2013 to ten years in prison.

Court records show co-defendant Jeremy Barney was sentenced in November 2012 to two years of probation in connection with the case.  Francis Henderson struck a plea agreement to avoid prison as well.

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