A Lockwood man is sentenced to 12 years in prison for arms possession and distributing 32.5 pounds of meth.
U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy called the quantity of meth held by 53-year-old Walter Jack White "extraordinary" and deserving of a nine year sentence in federal prison.
Molloy tacked on three-and-a-half years for weapons charges. White told Molloy he got addicted to meth and when he tried to get out of selling it, suppliers threatened him.
Walter White's son, Brandon White, is charged with assault with a weapon and jailed on $150,000 bond for allegedly shooting his father in January during an argument over a $10,000 drug debt.