Two Odessa Men Face Life Sentences for Purchasing and Selling Meth

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

Two Odessa men face life in prison after being convicted of making and selling methamphetamines.

Michael Glynn Rains and David Alan Aldridge bought over-the-counter medicine containing psuedoephedrine to cook up the drugs.

That's the main ingredient in making meth.

And while it's legal to buy cold and allergy medications, there's a law on how much of it you can purchase.

Rains and Aldridge were caught buying over the legal limit at several different stores.