Fort Smith felon headed back to prison (again) on drug related charges
A Fort Smith felon who has been in an out of jail and prison for pretty much the past seventeen years will reuinite with his big house buddies after seing sentenced to five years last week on drug related charges in Sebastian County Circuit Court.
Forty-three year-old Jimmy Darell Prescott went the plea deal route (again) on Methamphetamine and Paraphernalia Possession and was tagged as a habitual offender. In addtion to the five years of imposed sentences, Prescott drew an addition ten years suspended with all sentences to run concurrently.
He received credit for jail time served and will have to start making restitution towards fines and fees within ninety days of his eventual release.
In addition, charges of theft by receiving and other state charges were dropped via the plea deal although Prescott was arrested within three weeks of his last drug arrest on residential Burglary charges in December of last year.
Prescott has had at least 25 pleas or ajudications of guilty on felony charges and been sentenced to decades of years in priston since 2003.