Parker man convicted of selling meth

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Parker man Thomas King was found guilty by jury of Sales of Dangerous Drugs in La Paz County Superior Court Thursday.

According to Sheriff’s Lieutenant Curt Bagby, the charge was brought as the result of a 2014 investigation and arrest by the La Paz County Narcotics Task Fore, where he sold methamphetamine to an informant.

The jury trial was prosecuted by La Paz County Attorney’s Prosecutor Josh Smith, the newest member of the La Paz County Attorney’s Office.

Thomas King was remanded back to the custody of the La Paz County Detention Facility for sentencing which is scheduled for mid-November. There are other narcotic cases pending against King.

11 comments

  1. Oh, looks like the County Attorney’s office is doing their job.

  2. Vikki Ankrum

    Kinda looks like Tim Kaine! Hahaha

  3. isnt he old to be doing that stuff?

  4. Meth causes people to age faster. He’s really only 23. LOL 😀

  5. Thomas Peter

    Meth,The devils dandruff.

  6. Tony Paez

    And will soon be released like all the others

  7. How many years did he gett

  8. Mr.Paramount Blown

    This is wrong he didnt do nothing free king hes 62 they want to give him more than 11 years thats fucked up u people dont even know the poor guy he didnt sell ot he prob smoked it here an there but never sold it. Make justice for King!

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