Two Randolph County Men Sentenced to 20-Years on Meth Charges

Marion – Two Randolph County residents are set to spend the next 20-years behind bars after pleading guilty on meth charges. According to court documents, Jessie Sheridan of Steeleville pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to manufacture meth in Jackson, Perry and Randolph Counties from 2013 to 2014, and Randall Miller was sentenced on charges of conspiracy to distribute meth at the same time. Both will also receive 3 years of supervised release at the end of their sentence, as well as a 1-million dollar fine.