Georgia And Rogersville Men Sentenced For Drug Conspiracy
A man from Georgia and one from Rogersville, who each pleaded guilty to charges they brought at least one and a half kilos of methamphetamine into East Tennessee have been sentenced for their transgressions. 61 year old David Bryon Jones of Georgia, was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for supplying dealers in the region with the drug. Also sentenced was 51 year old Jonathan Delph of Rogersville. Delph received 17 and a half years. The two were part of a conspiracy involving more than a dozen others who pleaded guilty and will be sentenced at a later date.