A former Crawford County resident already serving dozens of years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections saw time added on concurrently to his prison stretch in court proceedings last week in Sebastian County Circuit Court.
Gregory Allen Everley, 43, who is serving time in the Pine Bluff unit of the ADC for seven different drug convictions dating back to 2018, was brought back to Sebastian County on February 18 to face charges of possession of methamphetamine with a purpose to deliver, forgery in the second degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two felony failure to appear warrants.
Everley had initially pled not guilty to the charges but the court accepted an oral motion to withdraw the original plea. At that time the methamphetamine charges were lowered from a Class 'B' to a class 'D' felony and Everley enter the guilty ples.
The court added six years with an additional four years suspended to his existing
sentences in the prison system both of which were tolled concurrently.
Everly is currently serving 10 years for delivery of meth or cocaine for a May 25, 2022 conviction
Everly has had several drug convictions in the past, most of those coming in Sebastian county. He was also arrested in Crawford County in 2018 for felony possession of drug paraphernalia and was sentenced as an habitual offender in that case.