Alejandro Acuna, 30, from Dodge City, pled guilty in March to two counts of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamine), one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of defacing identification marks of a firearm, according to Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt.

On Friday, May 25, sentencing was announced by Judge E. Leigh Hood and Acuna will serve 120 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections.

According to the Kansas Attorney General's Office, the crimes occurred in Ford and Meade counties between August and November 2016.

Members of the Ford County Sheriff’s Office, Meade County Sheriff’s Office and Kansas Bureau of Investigation, investigated the case with

Assistant Attorneys General, Jason Oxford and Will Manly of Schmidt’s office prosecuting.

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