UPDATED: Marietta Man Pleads Guilty to Meth Charges

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UPDATED: June 6, 2013

A Washington County man accused of making meth pleads guilty and is sentenced.

Harold Yoho plead guilty to illegal manufacture of drugs, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals to manufacture drugs, and possession.

He is sentenced to three years in prison.

Yoho was arrested in February when task force agents found a meth lab in his home.
A Marietta man is busted for making meth, but task force agents stop him before he can sell it.

During an extensive investigation, major crimes task force agents tracked Harold Yoho's purchases of pseudoephedrine and other products used to make meth.

A search warrant obtained led them to Yoho's house in Marietta where they found a cooler with chemicals inside .

Agents say the chemicals are part of the final step in making meth.

Yoho's behind bars Sunday. He's charged with assembly and manufacturing meth, an F2 felony.

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