A Plymouth man will serve 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to a charge of manufacturing methamphetamine.
Brock Biddle pleaded guilty in a plea agreement with the state to the charge and was sentenced in Marshall County Superior Court 1 on Thursday. He admitted to manufacturing the drug at his home on Loon Court which is near Webster School in Plymouth.Judge Robert O. Bowen accepted the plea agreement which called for a sentence of ten years in the Indiana Department of Corrections with no part of the sentence suspended. Biddle, 28, was ordered to serve at least six years of his sentence before he could apply for purposeful incarceration. It was noted in open court that Biddle has an extensive criminal history and numerous previous chances at rehabilitation through probation which always ended up with a probation violation and subsequent revocation.
Biddle was arrested in February of this year after an investigation was launched into his pseudoephedrine purchases and other criminal activity. A search warrant was executed at his home where synthetic marijuana was found along with items used in the manufacture of methamphetamine.
Interrogation of the two other adults apprehended gave police valuable information confirming Biddle’s role in the manufacturing process.