published Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Englewood, Tenn., man sentenced to 11 years in meth case

An Englewood, Tenn., man was sentenced to 11 years in prison after being convicted Aug. 9 of conspiracy to manufacture five grams or more of methamphetamine.

Mark Allen Buckner, 41, was pulled over in July 2010, and a search of his vehicle revealed a small amount of marijuana and a box of pseudoephedrine from Walgreens.

He admitted that the pills were for people cooking methamphetamine at his residence.

On Sept 3., 2010, McMinn County Sheriff's deputies found a meth lab on his property, and Buckner admitted he cooked meth almost every day since April 2010.

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