Two Tennessee men are sentenced to prison for a meth explosion in a Walmart parking lot. Prosecutors say 31-year-old Cory Ingram of Camden and 34-year-old Anthony Coker of Hermitage went into the store on March 9 to buy meth making ingredients. As they walked out, meth chemicals already stored in their truck exploded. The explosion caused one person to be sent to a hospital for acute inhalation exposure to anhydrous ammonia, a meth-making chemical, and a police officer was also treated at the scene for inhalation exposure.
Camden was sentenced to 150 months in prison and Coker was sentenced to 87 months in prison. Both
defendants were also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,636 each for the cost incurred by the DEA for the cleanup