Prison Term Handed Down For Possession of Meth Precursor Without Prescription
5/2/2013 @ 3:15 PMA 30-year-old Decatur man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for unlawful possession of meth precursor without a prescription. Eric Clark entered the plea in Marion County. He will also serve one year mandatory supervised release after being released from prison. Clark was convicted under a new state law that prohibits those with a methamphetamine conviction from purchasing products containing pseudoephedrine without a doctor's order. He was arrested on the charge last September.
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