Independence man sentenced in large-scale meth operation

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WHITEHALL, Wis. (WEAU) -- An Independence man has been sentenced to ten years for his part in in what investigators are calling a large-scale meth operation.

Terrance Neubauer, 34 , was ordered to serve four years in prison and six years of extended supervision in Trempealeau County Court Thursday. He’ll serve that after he’s done serving his time for a similar case he was convicted of in La Crosse County.

According to Taavi McMahon, Trempealeau County District Attorney, at the time of his arrest, Neubauer was one of the county’s largest meth dealers.

When officers searched his home, they found 4.1 ounces of meth and a variety of other drug items. Investigators say there were also several children in the home.

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