A Maiden man was convicted of several drug-related felonies Monday in a case where investigators said they stumbled on a secret methamphetamine lab while tracking a stolen iPhone with GPS.
Matthew Anthony Parker, 42, was convicted of possessing a meth precursor with intent to distribute, manufacturing meth and conspiracy. He was sentenced to three to five years in prison in connection with the crimes, which happened in February 2013.
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