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Spokane man who sold FBI agents meth sentenced to nearly 12 years in prison

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A federal judge sentenced a Spokane man to almost 12 years in prison for distributing meth on Friday.

Daniel F. Humphrey, 43, was given 140 months in federal prison and five years of supervised release after pleading guilty in September to distribution of 50 grams or more of the drug.

Agents from the FBI’s Spokane Regional Safe Streets Task Force bought over 200 grams of meth from Humphrey during a controlled buy, according to a news release. Investigators also seized over $380,000 from Humphrey’s residence and a travel trailer.

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