Tulsa man hit with seven-year prison stretch on backside of Wednesday drug plea deal
Domestic assault. Terroristic threatening. Felon possession of firearms. Possession of controlled substances with intent to deliver. Revocation of parole.
That's just a cross-section of the crimes committed by 35-year-old Adrian Hayes since 2016 according to information from Arkansas Court Connect. On Wednesday, Hayes was sent back to prison when a plea deal in open court resulted in a 7-yearadc sentence with an additional 13 years suspended on his latest drug arrest.
Hayes, of tulsa, took a plea deal on Wednesday on one count of possession of schedule V/VI controlled substances with the purpose to deliver and was sent back to prison with the imposed sanction.
Based on the plea deal petitions to revoke in two different cases were withdrawn.
In addition, the Offices of Child services just wrapped up a paternity case involving Hayes dating back 2019 and he has had almost a dozen interactions with the court since that time.
Hayes had been free on bond since April 18th, 2022 on the drug charges that sent him ti prison on Wednesday.