Man Enters Guilty Plea To Drug Trafficking & Money Laundering Charges

A Knox County man pleads guilty to money laundering and drug trafficking charges.

Lee Warren Junior of Flat Lick admitted he distributed marijuana and cocaine between 2003 and 2007.

As part of a plea agreement, Warren forfeited over $92,000 in cash along with some property that was purchased with drug funds.

He'll be sentenced in December.

He faces at least ten years in prison and millions in fines.

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  • by someone whos Location: is in ky on Sep 12, 2007 at 12:29 PM
    for the two other comments: 1.Think about it, he wouldnt plead guilty if he knew they didnt have evidence on him. 2.Patricia, no one is perfect and some people deserve a punishment, however they also need a chance too make things right besides murders. point blank. My view however: I wouldnt plead guilty even if they had the evidence or not or if I knew that I didnt have a chance. But id say they are alot more too the story than what is being said. who knows.
  • by annonymous Location: everywhere on Sep 12, 2007 at 05:02 AM
    What an idiot. Did you plead guilty thinking you would get a deal? Or are you just stupid... Most people would plead not guilty and take their chances... lmao
  • by patricia Location: ky on Sep 11, 2007 at 07:38 PM
    Another dealer down! make sure he stays in jail his whole sentence .drugs are killing our kids and destroying our families men like him deserve life sentences


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