Marshall County Prosecutor's Office using meth dealer as an example

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.


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