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METH RING: Fort Dodge Men Sentenced

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Two Fort Dodge men have been given federal prison sentences for their roles in a meth manufacturing ring.

Forty-seven-year-old Tracy Young and 31-year-old Rodney Mrozek Jr. were sentenced Friday in Sioux City. Young was sentenced to 10 years in prison and Mrozek was sentenced to almost eight years in prison.

Young admitted to manufacturing methamphetamine with pseudoephedrine provided by others. Mrozek was one of the people who provided the pseudoephedrine.

Both men must serve their full sentences because there is no parole in the federal system. Each will also serve a five year term of supervised release after their sentences are completed.

Others involved in the meth manufacturing ring are still being prosecuted.

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