A Newton, Roane County man has been indicted on drug and firearms charges by a United States Court in the Southern District of West Virginia in Huntington.

Chadrick L. Rogers, 28, was indicted on three charges in connection with using or carrying a firearm, allegedly in relation to trafficking methamphetamine.

Rogers and others allegedly knowingly and intentionally manufactured a quantity of methamphetamine, according to one count.

In count two, he "did knowingly use and carry and brandish a firearm," a J.P. Sauer and Sohn .357 magnum revolver, in relation to the drug trafficking crime.

He allegedly possessed the firearm related to interstate commerce and possessed the firearm after he had been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.

Rogers could face a minimum of seven years for brandishing the firearm, up to 20 years maximum for the drug offense, 20 years imprisonment, up to $1 million fine and a minimum of three years supervised release.

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