Claremore man sentenced in drug lab conspiracy
Tuesday, December 21st 1999, 12:00 am
News On 6
(Claremore-AP) -- A Claremore man has received 110 months in federal prison and five-years probation for his part in a drug lab conspiracy. Forty-seven-year-old Billy Ray Trisler was sentenced yesterday in connection with a conspiracy that allegedly gathered large quantities of chemicals used to make methamphetamine.
Authorities say the amount of the chemicals were the most eve rfound in one location in the federal judicial district around Tulsa. Trisler pleaded guilty in September and claimed in a plea agreement that he made methamphetamine with a co-defendant, Ollin Ray Trammell. Trammell was convicted in November and could receive a minimum sentence of 17 years in prison based on the amount of chemicals found.