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Three charged in meth case
MONROE - A Monroe man and woman and a Janesville man were charged Thursday with purchasing methamphetamine precursors for months. Jacob Edward Johnson, 27, Monroe; Clayton Stewart Welte, 21, Janesville; and a 39-year-old Monroe woman face several charges of possessing methamphetamine precursors, a Class H felony, purchasing pseudoephedrine to facilitate another person's manufacture of meth, a Class I felony, and purchasing more than 7.5 grams of pseudoephedrine in a 30-day period, a misdemeanor. Johnson faces one of each charge, while Welte and the woman each face one count of possession, three counts of facilitating the manufacture of meth and three counts of purchasing more than 7.5 grams.