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Meth Ringleader Sentenced to 16+ Years


Seroy Mobley, 38, is the second Evansville resident to be sentenced for the 2018 drug trafficking

Two Evansville residents are among four people sentenced to federal prison for trafficking meth from California to Evansville. WNIN’s John Gibson reports:

38-year-old Seroy Mobley was sentenced to more than 16 years behind bars after pleading guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and illegally possessing a firearm.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office says Mobley was the leader of the meth trafficking conspiracy, and the last of its four members to be sentenced.

Seneca Binder of Evansville was previously sentenced to ten years in prison in connection with the trafficking.

A Kentucky man and a California man were also sentenced in the case.

Court documents indicate the four conspired to deal meth in Southern Indiana and Northern Kentucky in 2018.

During the execution of a search warrant at Mobley’s Evansville residence, police said they found a .38 caliber revolver, two digital scales, and nearly 400 grams of meth in an infant’s room.