A local man accused of cooking methamphetamine out of a home three blocks from Fannin school in Bryan more than two years ago is headed to prison.
As jury selection was scheduled to start Monday in Brazos County district court, 38 year old Randolph Miller entered a guilty plea to possessing less than one gram of meth.
Prosecutors say Miller’s five year prison term will not include parole because the crime took place within a school zone.
In February 2012, police, DPS, and the fire department were all involved in searching a home Miller was using on Burt Street.
Authorities found a drum containing more than 2.6 gallons of what was initially thought to be liquid meth.
A chemical analysis determined it was less than one percent pure meth.
The remainder was the leftovers from cooking several batches of the drug.
Since the arrest, the home was demolished by the owner after receiving an order from the city of Bryan’s Building and Standards Commission.