Eau Claire man sentenced to 12 years in prison for role in meth operation

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(WQOW) – The final man in a federal methamphetamine conspiracy case has been sentenced.

Monday, Joshua Robertson, from Eau Claire, was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison.

He is accused of conspiring to distribute 500 grams of meth in Wisconsin after it was purchased from a dealer in Colorado Springs.

The three other people in the case, Sara Sullivan, Christopher Anstice and Tyler Stratton-Anstice were already each sentenced to more than a decade in federal prison.

Stephen Kelley

Stephen Kelley

Stephen Kelley joined the News 18 team in August 2006. He is currently an Evening Anchor/Producer.

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