Texarkana, Texas 2021-11-24 11:45:37 –
A man in Red River Parish pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine with the intention of distributing it this week in front of a federal judge at Texarkana.
Casey Andrew Clark, 31, has convicted US Magistrate Judge Caroline Craven in the Texarkana District of Eastern Texas. He is represented by David E. Moore in Longview, Texas.
Clark is responsible for over 150 grams of ice methamphetamine and has agreed to confiscate nine firearms, including US Marine Corps bulletproof vests and rifles, shotguns and handguns. One of the rifles was reported stolen by police in Clarksville, Texas.
Clark is currently under the control of the United States Marshals Service. He will be sentenced within a few months.
Clark faces a minimum of 10 years in life imprisonment in his sentence. If he was previously convicted of a drug-related or violent felony, the minimum punishment could increase. Clark can also be fined up to $ 10 million.
Assistant US lawyer Jonathan Hornok has been charged.
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