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Quincy man sentenced to 51 months in prison for meth & backhoe DUI


A Quincy man is sentenced to four years and three months in prison after pleading guilty to drug possession and driving a backhoe while under the influence.

William Patrick Minor, 49, pled guilty Monday to meth possession and DUI.

(See "Quincy police pull over backhoe, leads to drug arrest")

Quincy police say they found meth when Minor was originally stopped by officers while driving on Oct. 25. He also didn't have a valid driver's license or registration.

While out on bond, Minor was stopped by officers again the next month -- this time driving a backhoe. Police say they again found meth and items used to make meth in the backhoe.

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