WICHITA FALLS, TX - A Wichita Falls man is now the first in the first to be sentenced for his role in a methamphetamine (meth) distribution ring that operated out of Wichita Falls.
James Anthony Streadwick, 54, of Wichita Falls, was sentenced to 292 months in federal prison, after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute five grams or more of methamphetamine in October of 2015.
Documents filed in Streadwick's case, claim Streadwick received quantities of methamphetamine from supply sources in Dallas and Wichita Falls. Which he then sold to customers in Wichita Falls.
After executing a warrant on his home officials found quantities of meth and other supplies used in the distribution of the drug.
Of the 13 people charged in the case 11 of them have plead guilty to charges, meanwhile two other defendants are currently still on the run from the authorities.
The Wichita County District Attorney's Office, the Wichita Falls Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives all took part in the investigation, while the Assistant U.S. Attorney Mary Walters prosecuted the case.