A Magnolia man was sentenced to serve eight years after pleading guilty to numerous charges in LaRue Circuit Court.
Three separate felony cases were filed on Spurgeon W. Napper III, 41, since 2011.
In the earliest case, Napper was sentenced to eight years on an amended count of trafficking in controlled substance (methamphetamine); three years on a count of possession of controlled substance (meth); 12 months on a count of trafficking in marijuana, less than 8 ounces; 12 months on a count of possession of drug paraphernalia; 45 days on a count of possession of marijuana; and 12 months on a count of resisting arrest.
In the second case, Napper was sentenced to eight years on a count of attempted manufacture of methamphetamine; five years on five counts of first-degree wanton endangerment; five years on one count of fleeing/evading police; 12 months on a count of buy or possession of drug paraphernalia; 12 months on a count of carrying a concealed deadly weapon; and $25 fine on counts of reckless driving and disregarding a stop sign. He also was fined $265.
In the third case, Napper was sentenced to five years on a charge of first-degree bail jumping. He was fined also $385.
All time is to run concurrently for a total of eight years. He was credited for 192 days served.