Lewis County Man Gets 8 Years In Prison For Meth MakingPosted: Updated:
A 38 year old Lewis County man is going to prison for making methamphetamine.
Shane Jackson was sentenced Friday in Lewis County Court to 8 years in prison and 5 years post-release probation.
Jackson was arrested in April at his home at 6337 Old State Road in the town of Diana.
State police were called to the home for a reported physical domestic dispute where the female caller hung up and was not able to be re-contacted by the 911 center.
When troopers arrived at the residence, they knocked on both the front door and back door several times while announcing they were the police with no response. Troopers made forced entry into the front door of the residence to check the welfare of the female caller.
Once inside, they said they found Jackson, 4 liquid ounces of meth, and items used to make meth.
In October, Jackson pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine.