A Calhoun man has entered into a plea agreement with Roane County officials regarding his arrest on methamphetamine and other charges.

Kevin Russell King, 26, of Nicut, was arrested in April after an ambulance was dispatched to a Spencer residence where King was found unresponsive.

Roane Deputy Sheriff Michael Knapp, who responded with the Roane ambulance, reportedly found meth in King's possession along with a .22 caliber pistol in his truck.

He was charged with possession of an illegal drug with intent to deliver and possession of a deadly weapon without a license.

King entered a plea in Roane Magistrate Court to two misdemeanors, in exchange for the dismissal of a felony charge.

He plead guilty to possessing pot and meth.

He was sentenced to 90 days of home confinement in Calhoun and ordered to pay fines and court costs.

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