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Quincy man pleads guilty to federal charges in large meth bust


A Quincy man pleads guilty to federal charges connected to a bust with more than 500 shake and bake meth labs.

Field Wolf, 31, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to manufacture a controlled substance and possession of firearms in a drug trafficking crime.

He is scheduled to be sentenced Sept. 16.

Wolf and Christina Rife were arrested on Jan. 7 after police searched a home near 4th and Spruce.

Officers reportedly found hundreds of meth labs, cans of starter fluid, and buckets of scraps from lithium batteries.

Rife faces a jury trial in June.

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