Bedford Man Sentenced to 6 Years for Dealing Meth

(BEDFORD) – A Bedford man was sentenced by Lawrence County Superior Court II Judge William Sleva to six years in prison for dealing meth.

According to Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Bob Cline, 32-year-old Andrew Endris, of 2701 Western Avenue, pleaded guilty to one count of dealing meth with enhanced circumstances. Additional counts of dealing meth and possession of meth were dropped in exchange for the guilty plea.

Endris was arrested in July.

Endris was sentenced to six years in the Department of Corrections with two years suspended. Those two years will be served on supervised probation. He received credit for 297 days of time served. While in prison Endris must successfully complete a clinically appropriate substance abuse treatment program directed by IDOC and the court will consider a modification of his sentence.

During his time on probation, Endris must participate in ADAPT and provide proof of a high school diploma or HSE or work on obtaining one. He was also ordered to pay $300 to ADAPT and $385 in court costs.