Fourteen people have now been sentenced in a large methamphetamine sales ring that covered much of central and western Wisconsin. Thirty-year-old Patrick Keenan of Wausau was given a 15-year federal prison term this week for his role in the operation, in which Joe Kujawa reportedly supplied meth from Minneapolis to a number of dealers in eight cities between Eau Claire and the Wausau/Merrill area. Prosecutors say 127 pounds of imported meth was sold to wholesalers and retailers in the region in a three year period, and the drugs were valued at five-point-seven million dollars. Five of the 19 defendants are scheduled to be sentenced in April and May in U-S District Court in Madison. The 14 sentenced so far have terms that total 158 years.