MASON, OH (FOX19) - Timothy Baker, 44, of Mason was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison for manufacturing methamphetamine.
After a trial on April 11th, Baker was found guilty of illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine (F1), illegal assembly of chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine (F2), aggravated possession of drugs (F5), and child endangering (F5).
Baker and others operated a meth lab on his property on Frank Street in Mason. Three other co-Defendants pleaded guilty and were already sentenced. Another co-accused, Jeffrey Grundy, pleaded not guilty and is awaiting trial.
Judge Robert Peeler sentenced Baker to serve four years in prison on the illegal manufacturing and illegal assembly of chemicals charges, and one year in prison on the aggravated possession charge, to be served concurrent to each other.
Judge Peeler sentenced Baker to serve one year in prison on the child endangering charge, to be served consecutive to the other sentences. Baker was also ordered to pay a $15,000 fine and $125 in restitution.