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Pair plead guilty in federal meth conspiracy

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Terry Boozer. (Source: Angelina County Jail.) Terry Boozer. (Source: Angelina County Jail.)
Douglas Vance. (Source: TDCJ.) Douglas Vance. (Source: TDCJ.)
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

Two men have pleaded guilty to their part in a federal meth conspiracy, meaning prosecutors will have convictions of all six defendants in the case.

Court records show Terry Lynn Boozer, 55, of Nacogdoches, and Douglas Edward Vance, 43, of Nacogdoches, entered guilty please earlier this month.

Boozer pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, which alleges he worked in conspiracy with others to cook meth.

Vance pleaded guilty to possession of listed chemicals, which alleges he purchased pseudeophedrine for the purpose of it being used to cook meth, an activity known as "smurfing."

Four women had already pleaded guilty in the case.

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