PLYMOUTH - A Plymouth man will spend 10 years in prison for the manufacturing of methamphetamine.
A Pro-tem Judge approved the plea agreement for James W. Bailey, 23, of Plymouth reached between Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney E. Nelson Chipman, Jr. and defense attorney Tom Black. The agreement was for a sentence at the Indiana Department of Corrections of 10 years. No part of the sentence was suspended.
In open court, Bailey admitted that on Dec. 8 of last year he manufactured methamphetamine at an apartment on Lincoln Way East in Plymouth, with other individuals.