BURLINGTON — A 45-year-old Vermont man is going to spend 33 months in prison for his role in a conspiracy to produce and distribute methamphetamine in the Northeast Kingdom.
Prosecutors said that Kevin Dodge, of Island Pond, was one of 13 Northeast Kingdom residents indicted by a federal grand jury for a series of methamphetamine related crimes between July and December 2011.
Prosecutors said Dodge supplied more than 15 grams of a chemical used to make methamphetamine to two co-defendants.
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