Plymouth Man Sentenced on Felony Meth Manufacturing Charge

A Plymouth man who was cooking meth in the basement of a Washington Street residence according to court documents has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Jamie Wacasey, 34, previously pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a housing complex. The charge stems from his April 30 arrest during which items used to make meth were also found in the basement of the Plymouth home. The arrest was a result of a joint investigation between the Plymouth Police, Marshall County Sheriff’s Office and Indiana State Police. Marshall Superior Court Judge Robert O. Bowen ordered four years of Wacasey’s sentence to be suspended and made purposeful incarceration a term. Additionally his sentence will be served concurrently to a proposed one-year sentence that’s pending in Marshall Superior Court for the revocation of Wacasey’s probation.