A Columbia man is heading to prison for at least 15 years after pleading guilty in a conspiracy to distribute meth.
Brian Davis, 55, pleaded guilty Monday to the meth charge, as well as possessing a firearm to further a drug-trafficking crime.
The original incident happened in December 2017 when Davis told police two men broke into his house and shot a co-conspirator in the head.
When police searched his home the next day, they found meth, cocaine, a loaded gun, and a safe with more than $70,000 in cash.
(This story was last updated at 5:59 a.m. Tuesday.)