A Jeremiah man is back in prison after his probation was revoked.
Letcher Circuit Judge Sam Wright signed an order of probation revocation on March 15 for Jimmy D. Gilley Jr., 25, 128 Bruce Drive.
Gilley was found guilty on January 4 after failing to appear in Letcher Circuit Drug Court. In addition to being sentenced to five years imprisonment, Gilley was fined $5,600. He received 68 days jail credit.
Gilley was originally sentenced to drug court after he pleaded guilty on June 9, 2010 to two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, and third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. He was also charged with having no registration plate, no liability insurance, thirddegree operating a motor vehicle under the influence (aggravator) and driving under the influence suspended with aggravator.
Gilley’s original five-year sentence had been cut to five years probation on the condition he complete drug court.