Sager Sentenced In Federal Court on Meth Charges

Grant Sager, 27, of Wardensville, was sentenced to 21 months incarceration for making methamphetamine. U.S. Attorney Bill Powell announced the sentence last week.

In March 2017, Sager was indicted on one count of unlawful possession of a firearm and the possession of an unlawful firearm as well as the methamphetamine charge. He was convicted of a felony in 2012 and was found in possession of a Stevens, Model 15 .22 caliber rifle. In addition, the rifle had a barrel less than 18 inches long and was not registered to Sager.

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