Court records indicate guilty plea in meth case

Published 5:47 pm Thursday, December 3, 2009

Federal court records indicate a man will plead guilty in a case allegedly involving the biggest methamphetamine ring ever dismantled in Mississippi, with ties to several other states.

William A. Woodson, also known by the street name Dream, was among dozens of people rounded up beginning with a massive sweep in June.

Investigators believe the alleged organization was based in Mississippi and had ties to Alabama, Florida and Texas. Narcotics investigators say it distributed 50 pounds of Mexican meth a month.

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Woodson’s attorney filed a motion Monday saying he plans to plead guilty. No date was set.

Woodson is charged with conspiracy and selling a controlled substance.