An Arkansas man has pled guilty to drug charges in Missouri. 32-year old Kori Chew of Blytheville, Arkansas distributed cocaine to an informant for the Highway Patrol in Pemiscot County in April, May and November of 2011. He was arrested and charged with distribution of cocaine base, and three felony counts of distribution of 28 grams or more of cocaine base. He pled guilty Monday before Judge Stephen Limbaugh Jr. He faces a max punishment of 20 years for distribution and 40 years for each of the three remaining counts. His sentencing has been set for October 5, 2012.
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