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

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

November 15th, 2011 by Staff Report in News

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.