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Lefebvre sentenced for meth
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A man who was in an apartment police thought was on fire, only to find out meth was being made inside, was given three months in jail and will be allowed into the Drug Court program.The suspect, Terry Daniel Lefebvre, 20, entered guilty pleas to charges of initiating the process to manufacture meth, and promoting the manufacture of meth. He was ordered by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to serve 90 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus court costs, and perform 80 hours public service work.His jail time comes after police responded to a report of possible drug activity at his apartment in the Skyline complex. Also facing meth charges in connection with the drug bust is Dennis Conoway, who has not yet had his day in court.“When I approached, I saw the door was ajar and saw heavy smoke coming from the apartment and thought it was on fire,” recalled McMinnville patrolman Corey Floyd.