A Williamson County man will likely see time behind bars after pleading guilty to conspiracy to manufacture meth.
35-year-old Jason Scott Byrley of Pittsburg pleaded guilty Friday. He is charged with making meth between 2008 and Jan 2012 in Franklin, Jackson, Saline and Williamson Counties.
He could see up to 10 years in prison, a fine up to $10 million, and a minimum of five years supervised release.
Sentencing is set for Aug. 8.
Two men from Randolph County also pled guilty to making meth.
31-year-old Michael Jaimet and 26-year-old Joshua Stacy of Percy pled guilty Friday to making meth between January 2011 and Jan 2013 in Jackson, Perry and Randolph Counties.
Their sentencing is also Aug. 8th. They could face up to 20 years in prison, three years supervised release and a fine up to $1 mil.
Co-Defendants Steven Zweigart II, Kathy L. Griffin, Jeremy Rettig and Leila Jaimet also pled guilty to meth charges and are awaiting sentencing.