Two of four people charged with drug crimes last month in Stone County have now pleaded guilty and have been sentenced.
A man charged last month in Stone County has pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture a controlled substance.
Last week, Chad Harris, 29, of Kimberling City pleaded guilty to amended charges of possession of chemicals used to create a controlled substance. In exchange for his guilty plea, charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and attempt to manufacture a controlled substance were dismissed against Harris.
He was sentenced to a 120 prison drug treatment program and ordered to complete the 18 month drug court program in Stone County.
Harris, was one of four people charged after their identifications were found in an unoccupied house on Everest Road where methamphetamine was being cooked
A few weeks ago, Michelle Jacques, 33, of Galena was sentenced to drug court after she pleaded guilty to similar charges.
Due in court next month are 50-year old Howard Boyd of Galena and 24-year old Tammy Woodyard of Kimberling City.