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Judge denies continuance in federal meth case

Terry Boozer. Source: Angelina County Jail. Terry Boozer. Source: Angelina County Jail.
Douglas Vance. Source: TDCJ. Douglas Vance. Source: TDCJ.
Autumn Broadway. Source: Nacogdoches County Jail. Autumn Broadway. Source: Nacogdoches County Jail.
Linda Pugh. Source: Angelina County Jail. Linda Pugh. Source: Angelina County Jail.
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

A federal judge has denied the delay of a case against six East Texans accused in a meth conspiracy ring.

Terry Lynn Boozer, 55, of Nacogdoches; Janice Gail Williams, 47, of Nacogdoches; Autumn Grace Broadway, 27, of Nacogdoches; Douglas Edward Vance, 43, of Nacogdoches; Linda Richelle Pugh, 41, of Broaddus; and Mattie Alabama Emerson, 23, of Garrison, are accused in the 61-count indictment, which alleges they purchased pseudeophedrine in various stores around East Texas for the purpose of making meth.

A judge denied a motion for continuance for Williams, meaning that the defendants have until March 27 to enter a plea agreement. If they don't plead guilty, a jury selection and trial will take place on April 16.

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