Alma man catches four years on prison on drug and paraphernalia arrest from May of 202
A fifty-one year-old Alma man was sentenced to four years total time in Sebastian County Circuit Court last week on drug and paraphernalia charges after his plea deal on an arrest from May of 2020.
Larry Alvin Weaver. who has a long history of drug and theft related arrests and convictions dating back to 1995, was booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center on May 26 after another arrest for Possession of Controlled Substances and paraphernalia as well as a Felony Failure to Appear charge.
That arrest reactivated the 2020 case which had been placed inactive status in December of 2020. In between those two arrests, he also was found guilty of Misdemeanor Theft and Failure to appear in Crawford County.
Last Wednesday, Weaver entered his plea and waved a hearing on the May case, and was sentenced to four years six years suspended for Possession of Methamphetamine and four years with two years suspended on two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He also received a one years sentence in county jail for felony failure to appear, with all of the sentences set to run concurrently.
He also received credit for jail time previously served.