CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Two men were sentenced to federal prison for their participation in a Nicholas County methamphetamine conspiracy.
Roy Spinks Sr. , 59, of Craigsville and Michael Boley, 31, of Summersville were each sentenced to two years by United States District Judge John T. Copenhaver Jr.
Spinks admitted he made his Kyle Road residence available to Boley and Felicia Bess for cooking meth. Bess, 23, of Summersville was sentenced Friday to three years in prison.
Spinks son, Roy Spinks Jr., 39, of Craigsville was sentenced in February to six years in prison for making a residence available to manufacture meth.Also sentenced in the meth ring were Nicholas County residents Bratten Smith, 28, of Richwood, two years in prison; Shannon Ellison, three and a half years; Jennifer Curry, two years; Rachel Petry, five years and 10 months and Terry Mullins, four years and three months.