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Tulsa Man Sentenced for Endeavoring to Manufacture Meth

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A Tulsa man was sentenced Friday to thirty years in prison on drug-related charges.

50-year-old Michael Duane Henry was charged with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance, methamphetamine.

Henry was found guilty by a jury on Friday.

Tulsa Fire Marshals arrested Henry on September 18, 2011.

The arrest was a result of an investigation into an arson fire in the 1400 block of North Braden Avenue in September.

While questioning Henry, the Fire Marshals discovered the ingredients and equipment he had been using to manufacture the meth.

Henry was booked into the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center Friday evening until he could be transported to prison.

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