Junction City man describes life with meth: 'Time goes by so fast you don't realize it'

      JUNCTION CITY, Ore. - Police raided John Johnson's home after a month long investigation into possible methamphetamine sales there.

      Other people living in the house were charged with felony distribution of drugs.

      The 52-year-old Johnson told KMTR News the last time he was high on meth was just before he was arrested on March 28.

      Johnson said his addiction to the drug made him lose everything - his friends, family, inheritance, and his life.

      "I'm getting to old for this. Time goes by so fast you don't realize it," said Johnson, "All of a sudden next thing you know here you are."

      Johnson's hearing is April 10. He said if he gets out, he plans to move and start over where no one knows him.