Eighteen-year-old Arnoldsburg resident Paul Hunter, Jr. has been sentenced on drug charges by Judge David W. Nibert in Roane Circuit Court, according to Spencer Newspapers.

Last May, Hunter (left) was arrested in Spencer for selling pain patches, telling authorities he had been selling the patches for two months, having sold 12 in a 24-hour period when he was arrested by the Roane County Sheriffs Department.

He was charged with the possession of fentanyl pain patches with intent to deliver following a traffic stop, having six patches in his shoe with $1,100 in cash.

Hunter was sentenced to six months in the Anthony Center, and if completed will be placed on parole.

He is currently being held in Central Regional Jail.

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