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Fort Dodge woman headed to federal prison for selling meth

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A Fort Dodge woman was sent to federal prison for meth conspiracy

Twenty nine-year-old Rachel Clavey of Fort Dodge plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute meth and one count of possession or aiding and abetting another in the possession of 5 grams or more of pure methamphetamine.  She was sentenced to 6 years in a federal prison.

In May police searched Clavey’s home along with co-conspirator Matthew Mueller and found 18 grams of pure methamphetamine and a number of items that indicated that they were manufacturing meth in the home.

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