A Schuyler County man convicted on drug charges has been sentenced to more than 19 and a half years in prison.
Between June 2012 and May 2016, Scott Kennedy conspired to make and distribute methamphetamine. He personally made large amounts of the drug at his Town of Catlin home and received assistance from a number of co-conspirators, prosecutors say.
Three others have been convicted in connection with the case and will be sentenced over the course of the next month. Charges are pending against a fourth individual.