A Tulsa company that officials say was the largest supplier of meth ingredients in the country has been sentenced to two years of probation.
The now defunct Allied Chemical Supply Incorporated entered a guilty plea in April. It was accused of conspiring to distribute chemicals with the knowledge they'd be used to make meth. Company officials agreed to forfeit more than $100,000.
Steven Worley was sentenced in July to nine years in prison for his actions while operating the company.