FALL RIVER (WBSM) — An Attleboro man will serve up to three years in state prison after pleading guilty to trafficking methamphetamine.

Timothy Sproul, 32, was sentenced to serve two to three years after pleading guilty to a single-count indictment charging him with trafficking in excess of 18 grams of methamphetamine.

The indictment relates to a November 3, 2021 incident in which Attleboro Police executed a search warrant at Sproul’s Leedham Street residence.

The search turned up 85 grams of pills pressed with meth and packaged for sale, along with digital scales and drug dealing paraphernalia.

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Sproul has previously served time in county jail for assaultive behavior and larceny of a motor vehicle.

“I am pleased the defendant was held accountable for trafficking meth, which is highly addictive and a potent stimulant that can seriously impact one’s behavior,” District Attorney Quinn said.

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