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Biloxi meth dealer sentenced

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A Biloxi Meth dealer has been sentenced.

50-year-old Terrence Bernard Williams was sentenced to serve over 18 years (217 months) in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

Agents with Homeland Security Investigations received information that Williams and his girlfriend, Andrea Sawyer, were distributing multiple ounces of meth on the Mississippi coast, and in November 2017, agents set up a drug deal using a “confidential source.”

A news release from U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst stated that the source bought six ounces of meth from Swayer, and officers promptly arrested her. The arrest led the execution of search warrant at the couple’s apartment, during which, agents recovered more meth, marijuana, cash and a stolen gun.

Sawyer was previously convicted and sentenced to 13 years (160 months) in prison.

In addition to his jail time, Williams was also ordered to pay a $10,000 fine and will spend three years on supervised release.

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