A Flat Rock man has been sentenced on drug and forgery charges.
Anthony J. Littlejohn, 34, was sentenced on two felony and one misdemeanor charges from three different instances.
One was a possession of meth manufacturing materials from the Crawford County Sheriff's Office, off an arrest made on Aug. 30.
According to court documents he had "coffee filters, a bottle of Liquid Fire, Drano, hydrogen peroxide and Morton canning salt, with the intent that they be used to manufacture methamphetamine..."
He was sentenced to five years in prison, with two years of supervised release in a plea agreement.
The other felony was a forgery charge, investigated by Palestine police, that alleged he used a check from another person's account on June 4. He was charged with two felony counts, one of which was dropped as per the plea.
He was sentenced to five years in prison and one year of supervised release. It will run concurrently with the other case.
The last charge was a Jan. 30 driving under the influence charge from the sheriff's office. He was sentenced to 364 days in the county jail and to pay a $1,000 DUI assessment fee and court costs. This will run concurrently with the other cases.