Marshall County, Ind. "A meth high is just not worth it!" that's the message the Marshall County Prosecutor's Office is sending to the public, and they're using a convicted drug dealer's 50-year sentence as proof.
Kenneth Schoff, 35, of Plymouth will spend the next half-century behind bars for conspiracy to deliver meth and for being a habitual offender.
The prosecutor pushed for the maximum penalty allowed, citing Schoff's nine prior felony convictions, and more than 12 motions to revoke probation.
Schoff was arrested last November, during a drug sting at a La Paz gas station involving a confidential informant.