Inmate gets six years added to run concurrently with existing sentences after Wednesday plea deal
A 43-year-old Crawford County man, already serving 10 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections on seven felony convictions, saw six more symbolic years added to his sentence in court proceedings Wednesday morning in Sebastian County Circuit Court.
Gregory Allen Everly, who is currently serving time in the Pine bluff unit of the ADC, was brought back to Sebastian County earlier this month to face charges of possession of methamphetamine with the purpose to deliver, forgery in the second degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two failure to appear warrants. Weather delays postponed his pleading for wo weeks.
In a plea deal in open court, Everley pled guilty as charged to all counts and was sentenced to six years plus six years suspended to run concurrently with his current sentences out of Crawford County.
Everley is currently serving ten years in the ADC for charges out of Crawford county from 2020-21 and revoked charges out of Sebastian County from 2018.
He was convicted in 2018 of possession of methamphetamine/cocaine with purpose to deliver and three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. His convictions out of Crawford County were for delivery of meth/cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and failure to appear.
In Wednesday morning'scourt proceedings, he was given the six-year sentence to run concurrently with his current prison terms. In addition to the jail time, Everle agreed to forfeit all profit seized in the arrest.
Wednesday's court case stemmed from a July, 2021 arrest for which he spent three months in the county detention center.
Everley was given jail time credit for the time he has served as well.