A Lubbock man was sentenced on Friday, November 8th, to over 15 years in prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

32-year-old Zachariah Castro pleaded guilty after being arrested in October of 2018 with around 280 grams of methamphetamine in his car. Castro admitted to police that he possessed the methamphetamine but had no intention of selling it.

KAMC News reports that he was initially pulled over for failing to use his turn signal, and that his child was in the car with him at the time.

The minimum sentence for Castro would have been 10 years and the maximum would have been life.