UPDATE: Two guilty in connection with meth lab operation
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Two men have entered guilty pleas for their involvement in a meth lab operation in Delaware.
The Delaware Department of Justice says on Friday, 33-year-old Joshua Wilson, of Harrington, and 37-year-old David Sharp, of Felton, pleaded guilty to the charges of burglary third degree and maintaining a clandestine laboratory for for entering a vacant house and manufacturing methamphetamine in Felton.
Wilson and Sharp were two of five arrested in connection with the meth lab operation back in January 2018.
Sharp was sentenced to 18 months in prison along with drug treatment and probation.
Authorities say Wilson will be sentenced in September. According to DOJ officials, He could be sentenced as a habitual offender based on previous convictions for drug dealing, strangulation, aggravated menacing and robbery.