Brainerd Army Store worker found guilty in meth case
The man accused of selling meth-making materials at a Brainerd Road business was found guilty of 11 out the 14 counts.
Terry Michael Honeycutt was accused of selling Polar Pure, a water purification product, from the Brainerd Army Store between 2008 and 2011. The product is mostly iodine, a key ingredient for meth.
Honeycutt will be sentenced May 12th.
His brother, Tony, pleaded guilty in December to federal charges for conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance. Tony was sentenced to 5 months behind bars.