Wedge Found Guilty for Large Meth Bust

It's the EPD's Methbusters' largest meth-making operation tackled last year. Now, the man accused of being behind it is found guilty of dealing the drug.
It's the EPD's Methbusters' largest meth-making operation tackled last year. Now, the man accused of being behind it is found guilty of dealing the drug.

42-year-old Andrew Wedge could face up to 20 years in prison. A jury found him guilty after just a day and a half of deliberation.

Wedge was arrested in April of last year. Officers found more than 100 one-pot meth labs inside his storage unit. The Meth Suppression Unit spent four hours dismantling all those labs.

Wedge will be sentenced March 19.
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