A Drayton man's pleaded guilty to delivery of cocaine.
Antonio Olivarez Cuevas entered the guilty plea Thursday afternoon in
Northeast District Court in Grafton.
The charge is punishable to a maximum of 20-years in prison and a
ten-thousand-dollar fine. But Cuevas pleaded guilty to the charge under terms
of a plea agreement.
Cuevas will be sentenced to five-years in prison. He will serve three
years incarceration and the remaining two years will be suspended for three
years of supervised probation. Judge Richard Geiger accepted the plea
Cuevas sold cocaine for 400-dollars to an informant in Oakwood
on August second.
Cuevas was to be sentenced Thursday afternoon. But Cuevas told
the court he's taking a strong drug for a bad tooth. His attorney requested
sentencing be postponed. It's tentatively set for December 14th. Cuevas
remains free on bond.