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Michael McCullar, 11 others, sentenced in violent Adams County meth ring (PHOTOS)

Big pics below.
Big pics below.

How many addicts does it take to make a meth ring profitable? Fewer than you might think. According to the Seventeenth Judicial District DA's office, a group of a dozen just-sentenced dealers and compatriots, led by Michael McCullar, are thought to have regularly serviced between 25 and fifty clients before being busted -- a ratio of between two and four meth heads to each member of the team, whose photos are on view below.

A source first pointed a finger at McCullar in May 2010, prompting surveillance that included court-ordered wire taps, GPS tracking devices and more. For the next several months, cops reportedly witnessed numerous meth sales, as well as the purchase of equipment used to make the stuff. In addition, they collected stories like one in which a man said McCullar pistol-whipped him, then stole his friend's car with the help of a woman named Mary Voogt.

Said friend apparently knew all about this theft -- since he was still in the car when McCullar and Voogt grabbed it.

Indictments of McCullar, Voogt and their ten compatriots came down on November 2, and by now, all of them have been sentenced. Look below for mug shots for everyone other than Steve Scoles and Joseph Sanchez, whose pics weren't in the Adams County system. Sanchez, 25, pleaded guilty to Conspiracy to Distribute a Schedule 3 Controlled Substance and was sentenced to six months in jail and eight years of intensive supervision; Scoles, 54, pleaded guilty to Possession of a Schedule 5 Controlled Substance and was sentenced to sixty days in jail and one year probation.

Asialene Montoya (DOB: 05/13/1979). Guilty plea to Distribution of a Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F3). Sentenced to four years Colorado Department of Corrections (suspended), 69 days in jail.
Asialene Montoya (DOB: 05/13/1979). Guilty plea to Distribution of a Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F3). Sentenced to four years Colorado Department of Corrections (suspended), 69 days in jail.

James McDonald (DOB: 07/31/1969). Guilty plea to Possession of Chemical/Supplies to Manufacture Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F3). Sentenced to six years Community Corrections.
James McDonald (DOB: 07/31/1969). Guilty plea to Possession of Chemical/Supplies to Manufacture Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F3). Sentenced to six years Community Corrections.

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James McGraw (DOB: 09/13/1967). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Distribute Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F3). Sentenced to five years Colorado Department of Corrections.
James McGraw (DOB: 09/13/1967). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Distribute Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F3). Sentenced to five years Colorado Department of Corrections.

Jeremy Stice (DOB: 11/05/1975). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Distribute a Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F3). Sentenced to five years Intensive Supervision Program.
Jeremy Stice (DOB: 11/05/1975). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Distribute a Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F3). Sentenced to five years Intensive Supervision Program.

Jordan Hurd (DOB: 05/25/1983). Guilty plea Conspiracy to Possess Chemical/Supplies to Manufacture Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F4). Sentenced to four years Community Corrections.
Jordan Hurd (DOB: 05/25/1983). Guilty plea Conspiracy to Possess Chemical/Supplies to Manufacture Schedule 2 Controlled Substance (F4). Sentenced to four years Community Corrections.

Mary Voogt (DOB: 01/22/1967). Guilty plea to COCCA Pattern of Racketeering ((F2) and Second Degree Kidnapping ((F4). Sentenced to Colorado Department of Corrections for 12 years for COCCA and six years for Kidnapping, concurrent.
Mary Voogt (DOB: 01/22/1967). Guilty plea to COCCA Pattern of Racketeering ((F2) and Second Degree Kidnapping ((F4). Sentenced to Colorado Department of Corrections for 12 years for COCCA and six years for Kidnapping, concurrent.

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Michael McCullar (DOB: 07/23/1976). Guilty pleas to Colorado Organized Crime Act (COCCA) Pattern of Racketeering (F2) and Aggravated Robbery (F3).  Sentenced to the Colorado Department of Corrections for 24 years for the COCCA and 13 years for Aggravated Robbery, to be served consecutively.
Michael McCullar (DOB: 07/23/1976). Guilty pleas to Colorado Organized Crime Act (COCCA) Pattern of Racketeering (F2) and Aggravated Robbery (F3). Sentenced to the Colorado Department of Corrections for 24 years for the COCCA and 13 years for Aggravated Robbery, to be served consecutively.

Michelle Hemphill (DOB: 02/02/1969). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Manufacture Schedule 3 Controlled Substance (F4). Sentenced to four years Colorado Department of Corrections.
Michelle Hemphill (DOB: 02/02/1969). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Manufacture Schedule 3 Controlled Substance (F4). Sentenced to four years Colorado Department of Corrections.

Perry Anderson (DOB: 01/29/1961). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Manufacture Schedule 2 Controlled Substance Methamphetamine (F3). Sentenced to five years in the Colorado Department of Corrections.
Perry Anderson (DOB: 01/29/1961). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Manufacture Schedule 2 Controlled Substance Methamphetamine (F3). Sentenced to five years in the Colorado Department of Corrections.

Thomas Anderson (DOB: 02/24/1957). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Sell/Distribute Schedule 5 Controlled Substance (M1), immediately sentenced to one year probation.
Thomas Anderson (DOB: 02/24/1957). Guilty plea to Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Sell/Distribute Schedule 5 Controlled Substance (M1), immediately sentenced to one year probation.

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