Habitual offender in Tishomingo County sentenced to 20 years

By NEMS Daily Journal

IUKA – A Henderson, Tenn., man was convicted in Tishomingo County circuit court this week on a charge of conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.
Cliff Hensley was sentenced to 20 years in prison without eligibility for parole by Judge Paul Funderburk.
Hensley was sentenced as a habitual offender, said Assistant District Attorney Arch Bullard, who prosecuted the case.
Hensley and his brother, Jeff Hensley, were arrested in Tishomingo County in 2007. Jeff Hensley pleaded guilty in 2008, and was sentenced to serve five years.