(KMOV)-- Two men are sentenced to federal prison after being charged with Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine.
Police say Paul Gossrau, 45, and Christopher Pollard, 33, bought at least 5,500 psuedo-ephedrine cold tablets and used them to make methamphetamine.
According to officials, most of the meth was sold in St. Louis County from 2008-2009. The drugs were found after police got a search warrant and entered Gossrau’s Godfrey home.
Police reportedly found and seized a large quantity of methamphetamine manufacturing equipment including ammonia, rubber tubing, pseudo-ephedrine cold tablets, and ten ounces of methamphetamine residue.
Gossrau is sentenced to 63 months in prison and will have four years of supervised release after jail.
Pollard will serve 130 months, also followed by four years of supervised release.