Fort Smith frequent felon draws 12-year sentence on drug and theft by receiving plea deal
A 55-year Fort Smith man who has now been convicted on eighteen different felon counts since December of 2011 was sentenced to 12 years in prison total time as a habitual offender after a plea deal this week in Sebastian County Circuit Court.
Randall W. Webb entered a guilty plea to Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Methamphetamine with Purpose to Deliver, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Theft by Receiving in open court on Wednesday.
In addition the twelve years imposed sentence, Webb was saddled with an additional eighteen years of suspended sentences, with all of the time bundled to be served concurrently.
Failure to appear charges were dismissed as part of the plea deal.
Since a December 2011 conviction for Possession of Methamphetamine with Purpose to Deliver that drew just a 60-month suspended sentence, Webb has been hauled into court seven times that resulted in thirteen felony convictions for various drug and breaking and entering charges.
All tolled, before his conviction last week, Webb had been sentenced to over 22 years in prison for his various convictions in addition to more than 36 year of suspended sentences. He has had numerous revocations dismissed as well as having charges dropped in lieu of a number of plea deals.
He has been in the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center since September 9 after his latest arrest on drug, theft, absconding, failure to appear and parole violations.