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Chisam given 12 years for meth-making charge
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Asking for a shirt will cost a man 12 years in prison after lawmen found a meth lab in his vehicle atop Harrison Ferry Mountain.The shirtless defendant, James Wilburn Chisam Jr., was ordered by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to serve 12 years in the state penitentiary and pay a $2,000 fine for initiating the process to manufacture meth. His two passengers, Coy Almond Yates and Michael Edward Woods Jr., were both ordered to serve 180 days and pay $2,000 on the same charge. Both men will remain on probation for eight years.