Federal grand jury indicts Linwood man
Galen D. Rose, 32, Linwood, was indicted on drug charges last week by a federal grand jury in Kansas City, Kan.
Rose is charged with one count of attempting to manufacture more than five grams of methamphetamine on Feb. 17, 1999; one count each of conspiracy to attempt to manufacture methamphetamine, possession of Pseudoephedrine, creating a substantial risk of harm to human life by intentionally manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of firearms.
If he were convicted, Rose would face a minimum of five years and a maximum 40 years in a federal prison, without parole, for attempting to manufacture methamphetamine; a maximum of 20 years for conspiracy to attempt to manufacture methamphetamine; a maximum of 20 years for possession of Pseudoephedrine; a minimum of 10 years for possessing firearms; and a maximum of 10 years for creating a substantial risk of harm to human life.
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