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Three People Sentenced for Distributing Meth

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Three people have been sentenced for their roles in a major meth distribution conspiracy in Wichita Falls.

Chance Dotson admitted that he purchased pseudo ephedrine tablets from several Walmarts in the Houston area between October 2010 and June 2012 so he could manufacture meth.  The 35-year-old also admitted to setting the tablets.  Dotson was sentenced to 235 months in federal prison.

In additions, heather Douglas, 33, and Paula Vazquez, 40, admitted to distributing meth to people in the Wichita Falls area as part of this conspiracy.  Douglas also admitted to facilitating the manufacture of meth by purchasing pseudo ephedrine tablets and selling them.

Douglas and Vazquez also helped facilitate the beating of a person.  Douglas we sentenced to 180 months in federal prison and Vazquez was sentenced to 84 months.
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