Carter Co. grand jury finds man guilty of selling crack cocaine

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CARTER COUNTY, TN (WJHL) – A Carter County grand jury found a man guilty of three counts of selling crack cocaine, and one of the counts was within a school zone.

According to a news release from District Attorney General Tony Clark’s office, a grand jury found Robert Landon Webster guilty Tuesday of selling crack cocaine in amounts of .5 grams or more three times separate times in March 2015.

Elizabethton Police Department reportedly conducted the controlled buys with the use of an undercover operative.

Webster was scheduled to be sentenced on July 5.

According to the release, he faces a minimum of 15 years on the school zone count with no possibility of parole. The minimum sentences the other two counts is eight years.Copyright 2016 WJHL. All rights reserved.

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