Marijon D. Ludwig, 33, of House Springs has been sentenced to seven years in prison for attempting to make methamphetamine, according to court documents.
On July 21, 2012, Ludwig was found in Jefferson County, acting with Ronnie D. Williams, trying to make meth by chemical synthesis, the report said.
About a month later, on Aug. 29, 2012, Ludwig was found in Jefferson County with meth, according to the report.
Ludwig pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced July 17 by Jefferson County Div. 6 Circuit Judge Troy Cardona to seven years for attempting to make meth and one year for possession of meth.
But, those terms are to be served concurrently, or at the same time.
Jefferson County assistant prosecuting attorney Trisha C. Stefanski handled the cases.
Williams, 43, of Arnold was sentenced May 9 to 13 years for attempting to make meth.
He previously was convicted on felony drug and tampering charges and misdemeanor drug, stealing, resisting arrest and assault charges, court papers show.
Ludwig previously was sentenced to seven years on drug charges stemming from a Feb. 3 incident in St. Charles, court papers indicated.
So, the sentences Ludwig got on July 17 also will be served concurrently with that term, the report said.
Ludwig currently is in the Women’s Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center in Vandalia.
Williams is in the Moberly Correctional Center.