A Cass County man faces as much as 30 years in jail after being convicted in a meth case on Wednesday. The Cass County Prosecutor’s workplace says Richard Williams was discovered responsible by a jury of possessing methamphetamine with the intent to ship, of conspiring with girlfriend Ashley Friske to do the identical, and of sustaining a drug home. Police say they raided the Calvin Township house of Williams in Could and located meth together with objects used within the use and sale of meth. Friske pleaded responsible in September to possession with intent to ship methamphetamine, conspiring with Williams to own with intent to ship methamphetamine, and sustaining a drug home. Williams shall be sentenced on December 13 as a recurring offender.