Bryan, Texas (KWKT) — A Bryan man has been sentenced to prison for making meth in a school zone.
Randolph Miller pled guilty to possessing less than one gram of meth.
He was arrested in 2012 at his home near Fannin Elementary.
Authorities recovered what they originally believed to be 2.6 gallons of liquid meth, but later determined it was the leftovers from cooking several batches of the drug and was less than one percent pure meth.
He has been sentenced to 5 years in prison without the possibility of parole, because the crime took place in a school zone.