A Carroll man has been sentenced to over 11 years in federal prison for selling meth.
Forty-one year-old Troy Dillavou pleaded guilty in federal court in Sioux City to one count of conspiracy to distribute meth. He was sentenced this week to 141 months in prison.
According to court records, Dillavou began selling meth in January 2016 after being paroled from state prison, where he had been serving time for a felony drug conviction. Upon his release, Dillavou began selling meth to a number of customers, including his 23-year-old daughter, who he had pick up shipments of meth from his source.
Dillavou is being held in the United States Marshal’s custody until he can be transported to a federal prison.