Federal task force takes down 20 meth dealers

A Zephyrhills man who federal officials say that he and his mother ran a far-reaching methamphetamine distribution ring that operated primarily in Taylor County, will spend 20 years in federal prison for his crimes, U.S. Attorney (Northern District) Christopher P. Canova announced late Thursday.

Joshua Oneal Faulk, 26, received the stiffest sentence out of 20 defendants linked to the drug distribution operation.

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