A Gibson City man who was found making, using and selling methamphetamine in his home with children present was sentenced to 12 years in prison.
52-year-old Kelly Burrows pleaded guilty to all eight felony charges filed against him.
Burrows will receive credit for 236 days already served at the Ford County Jail.
Burrows pleaded guilty last month to three Class X felonies.
All of the charges were merged into a single count of aggravated participation in meth production.
Meanwhile, Burrows’ wife, 34-year-old Marlina K. Burrows, pleaded guilty earlier to meth-related child endangerment. The Class 2 felony resulted in a sentence of three years probation and 166 days in the county jail.
Police executed a search warrant at the Burrows’ home March 24. Police said In the home at the time were Burrows’ four children and three children who are relatives.