A Braxton County man has been found guilty on nine drug charges including operating a methamphetamine lab and exposing first responders to meth making.

William Scott Bookheimer, 38, of Sutton, faces 15 to 45 years in prison and $1,000 to $135,000 in fines.

He was found guilty on all charges against him in a three-day trial, said Prosecutor William C. Martin.

Among those charges were two counts each of conspiracy and exposure of first responders to the manufacture of meth plus one count each of possession with intent to deliver meth and possession of a firearm by a felon.

Bookheimer is in Central Regional Jail.

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