A Quincy man arrested in what authorities called one of the largest methamphetamine operations seen in the city is now headed to prison.
Field Wolf, 32, was sentenced to 20 years and 8 months in federal prison.
He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to make methamphetamine, possession of a firearm and the furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.
Wolf and another resident, Christina Rife were arrested last January after his home at 412 Spruce Street was raided.
Police found more than 500 shake and bake bottles, a 5-gallon bucket full of lithium battery waste and numerous ether cans and boxes of salt ... all ingredients needed to make methamphetamine.
Rife was sentenced to 24 months probation last October.