LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A US District Court in Beaumont revoked the supervised release status of a 58-year-old Huntington man who was arrested with two other men on Oct. 5 as a result of two separate meth investigations.
According to a document from the US District Court, Michael Glenn Keene was serving a 5-year supervised release sentence when Angelina County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested him on three felony manufacture and/or delivery of a controlled substance charges and outstanding federal warrant for violation of probation on Oct. 5 after deputies served a narcotics-related search warrant on a house located at 1856 Old Hwy. 69 in Huntington.
As a result of the order from the US District Court, Keene will serve 10 months in a federal prison.
Tommy Burns, of Huntington, was also arrested at the same home for one count of delivery of a controlled substance.
"We were able to find a small amount of meth," Lenderman said. "It was not a lot of meth but enough for personal use. There was also paraphernalia that would be used for selling meth."