Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - A Rochester man who was busted for selling methamphetamine last year has been sentenced to prison - again.

Sentenced Monday to 75 months behind bars was 39-year-old Trevor Schweitzer.

He and his girlfriend were arrested after police raided their residence and found meth and evidence of dealing. His girlfriend - 44-year-old Amy Hess - is awaiting sentencing.

Schweitzer served time earlier for two meth-related convictions in Fillmore County. He was living in Preston at the time of that 2014 bust and given a 70-month sentence.

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