Brainerd Army Store worker sentenced in meth case
The first of two brothers charged in federal court with selling meth-making chemicals out of the Brainerd Army Store spent more time awaiting trial than he will in prison.
On Monday, Tony Dewayne Honeycutt was sentenced to five months in prison and two years of supervised release in a hearing before U.S. District Judge Harry S. "Sandy" Mattice.
Tony Honeycutt could be called to testify against his brother, Terry Michael Honeycutt, 49, who faces a Jan. 21 trial on similar charges from the same case.
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