Williamsburg Men Sentenced for Manufacturing Methamphetamine
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – Patrick Dubois, 57, and Glenn Dubois, 36, of Williamsburg, Va., were sentenced Monday. Patrick Dubois received 152 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, and Glenn Dubois received 192 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release. On December 15, 2011, search warrants were executed at five locations in James City and York counties which located significant evidence of methamphetamine manufacturing. Glenn and Patrick Dubois admitted to buying pseudoephedrine for the purpose of manufacturing methamphetamine and in fact manufactured methamphetamine over the course of 2011.
Neil H. MacBride, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, made the announcement after sentencing by United States District Judge Mark S. Davis.
Both Glenn and Patrick Dubois pleaded guilty on May 3, 2012, to possessing precursors with intent to manufacture methamphetamines.
According to court documents, a total of nine individuals were involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine over five different properties in Williamsburg and York County. They went together to purchase pseudoephedrine at multiple locations over an extended period.
The following individuals involved previously pled guilty:
- David Black, 56, scheduled for sentencing on 2/1/13;
- Richard Savage, 65, sentenced to 70 months;
- Mitchell Jacobs, 56, scheduled for sentencing on 1/28/13
- Lori Dennis, 31, sentenced to 66 months;
- Amy Savage, 44, sentenced to 70 months;
- Sheri Black, 56, scheduled for sentencing on 2/1/13;
- Heidi McMahon, 48, scheduled for sentencing on 2/27/13.
This case was investigated by the Drug enforcement Administration and the Virginia State Police Tri-Rivers Task Force. Assistant United States Attorney Eric M. Hurt prosecuted the case on behalf of the United States.