Tuesday, a former Smith County Sheriff's Office Deputy pleaded guilty to drug charges.
In a plea agreement, Kimbrick Jones, 38, agreed to enter a guilty plea in exchange for a 6 year sentence.
As a part of the agreement, Jones will also have to forfeit $520 and three firearms. He also waives his right to appeal.
Jones was arrested in July for conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute.
According to a factual resume of the charges, the U.S. Attorney's Office says Jones had more than 50 grams of a substance that tested positive for methamphetamines and less than 20 grams of a substance with a cocaine base.
A district judge will officially sentence Jones after a pre-sentencing investigation is conducted. If the district judge disagrees with the plea agreement that Jones and the U.S. Attorney's Office has reached, he may withdrawal his plea.
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