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Quincy man sentenced to over 20 years on meth charges

The man responsible for one of the largest meth lab busts in Quincy history was sentenced to prison Monday in federal court.

U.S. State's Attorney Office spokesperson Sharon Paul says 31-year-old Field Wolf, of Quincy, was sentenced to 20 years and eight months in prison during a sentencing hearing Springfield. Wolf will be required to serve at least 85 percent of the sentence.

Wolf pleaded guilty back in May to conspiracy to manufacture a controlled substance and possession of firearms in a drug trafficking crime.

(See "Meth bust in Quincy nets over 500 shake and bake bottles")

Wolf was arrested last January, along with Christina Rife, after authorities found over 500 shake and bake meth labs along with items used to make meth. Rife pleaded guilty in August to one count of meth manufacturing (less than five grams) and was sentenced to 24 months probation.

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