Fond du Lac meth dealer sentenced to 14 years in prison

Adrian Irby

Adrian Irby, 36, of Fond du Lac has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for dealing methamphetamine.

The Fond du Lac County district attorney announced the sentencing Friday, March 5. Additionally, Irby faces 11 years of extended supervision.

According to a criminal complaint, approximately $158,900 worth of methamphetamine was found in a truck during a 2020 traffic stop; Irby and one other person were inside. In an interview, Irby admitted that he transported meth from Mississippi to Fond du Lac numerous times in the past.

"Methamphetamine is a highly addictive and dangerous drug that destroys lives and there is no room for it in our communities," District Attorney Eric Toney said. "Irby was a significant meth dealer and this sentence sends the message that the delivery of methamphetamine will result in serious consequences."

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