WI man going to federal prison for buying meth in Colorado, bringing it to Eau Claire

(WQOW) – A southern Wisconsin man will spend 10 years in federal prison for driving to Colorado and bringing methamphetamine back to Eau Claire.

That sentence was handed down to Christopher Anstice of Mazonamie on Tuesday.

According to the Department of Justice, Anstice, along with his son Tyler Stratton-Anstice and Sara Sullivan met with a meth supplier in Colorado Springs and bought three pounds of meth in December of last year. The next day they drove it to Eau Claire.

In imposing the sentence, the judge noted Anstice’s disturbing criminal history and admonished him for bringing his minor children on the meth run with him.

  

Kristen Shill

Kristen Shill

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