Marshall County Prosecutor announces several convictions in relation to drug dealing
MARSHALL COUNTY, Ind. -- Marshall County Prosecutor Nelson Chipman announced the conviction and sentencing of four separate people in relation to dealing methamphetamine.
Tyler Langenderfer, 25, of Frankfort pleaded guilty in Marshall County. He was sentenced to 17.5 years for Dealing Methamphetamine as a level two felony.
Thomas Willis, 51, of Delphi pleaded guilty in Marshall County. At the time of the arrest Willis tried to conceal the methamphetamine from police. He was sentenced 30 years on a level two for Dealing Methamphetamine.
Willis was also charged with an additional 10 years for being a habitual offender.
Carson Rowe, 47, of San Pierre pleaded guilty in Marshall County. He was sentenced to six years for one count of Conspiracy to Commit Dealing Methamphetamine as a level four felony.
Rowe will spend 5 years in prison and one year of supervised release.
Candice Moe, 23, of Culver pleaded guilty in Marshall County. She was sentenced to 20 years for the level two felony for Dealing Methamphetamine, and eight years for the level four Dealing count to run concurrently.
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