An Evansville attorney is facing serious prison time if hes convicted on the several drug charges hes facing. Vanderburgh County Prosecutors say they wont give Brad Happe, accused of making meth, any special breaks. Members of the Evansville Vanderburgph Joint Narcotics Task Force raided Happes home and office Thursday night. They say they found ether, anhydrous ammonia, and pseudoephedrine pills, all of which are used to manufacture meth. Neighbors called the drug bust surprising, but investigators and prosecutors say nothing shocks them anymore. If convicted on all charges... Brad Happe could face up to 50 years in prison. Investigators say theyve been looking into this case for quite a while.