SPOKANE, Wash.- A Spokane County man is serving 14 years for his 39th arrest in Washington State. In early September, Mark Bush was sentenced to 168 months in prison for having methamphetamine with the intent to deliver.
Spokane County Sheriff’s deputies arrested the 38-year-old in June after searching his house Deputies said they found eleven ounces of methamphetamine worth about $13,000 to $19,000.
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Authorities said the June arrest was his 39th in Washington State. Bush has six prior felony convictions. In January 2012, KREM 2 News reported that Bush had faced 167 charges since he was 21-years-old. Deputies said his wife had four felony convictions.
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Bush’s wife, Crystal Peterson, was also charged and sentenced for the drugs. She will serve about seven years (92 months) in prison according to deputies.