Second brother sentenced in Jamestown methamphetamine conspiracy

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A Jamestown man has been sentenced on methamphetamine charges. 

Beau K.C. Jones, 34, was sentenced to serve 100 months in prison in federal court after being convicted of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of 50 grams or more of methamphetamine. 

According to the assistant district attorney handling the case, Jones was arrested along with his brother Matthew S. Jones in Dec. 2016 after a shipment of more than 360 grams of methamphetamine was delivered to Matthew Jones’ Colfax Street residence via the U.S. mail. 

Beau Jones was arrested during a traffic stop shortly after and the parcel containing the methamphetamine was located in the backseat of the vehicle. 

Matthew Jones was also arrested that day during another traffic stop, at which time police discovered a safe in the trunk of his car containing an additional 80 grams of methamphetamine. 

Matthew Jones was previously convicted and sentenced to 100 months in prison. 

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