Lincoln man pleads guilty to meth charge
STANFORD - A sentence of 10 years was recommended Thursday for a Lincoln County man for manufacturing methamphetamine, according to Commonwealth's Attorney Eddy F. Montgomery.
David Snowden was arrested on Harris Creek Road in 2002 after sheriff's deputies found him with materials needed to manufacture meth. Snowden pleaded guilty to the charge, and the Commonwealth recommended the 10-year sentence. Final sentencing will be held in circuit court June 30.
Others recently sentenced by Circuit Judge Jeff Burdette include Fred Miller, Hustonville, one year for sexual abuse; Julius Calhoun, Danville, two years for a probation violation from a flagrant non-support case; and Shanon Snow, Kings Mountain, three years for wanton endangerment, fleeing or evading police and criminal mischief.