A Lubbock man will serve prison time, for dealing and manufacturing meth out of the back of his truck.
Sheriff deputies busted Corbett K. Wein, 42, at his home near Shallowater in April 2007.
Wein pleaded no contest to the manufacture of methamphetamines, and possession with the intent to deliver. It took a jury less than an hour to sentence Wein to 30 years for each count.
Judge Cecil Puryear has allowed Wein to serve both sentences concurrently.
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