29-year-old Zachary Pribble of Evansville was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Wednesday after previously being convicted of dealing methamphetamine in Posey County, according to the Posey County Prosecutor's Office.
The Prosecutor's Office says that Pribble was sentenced in the Posey Circuit Court on Wednesday after being identified and arrested through the largest drug raid in Posey County history.
In April of 2019, over 40 individuals were arrested during the raid on drug-related charges. The Prosecutor's Office says that Pribble wasn't arrested during the raid itself, but that he was later apprehended in Texas in August of 2019.
As part of his guilty plea, the Prosecutor's Office says Pribble admitted to delivering more than 10 grams of meth in Posey County in December of 2018.
Pribble will serve his sentence in the Indiana Department of Correction.