DUMAS – A Moore County jury on Tuesday sentenced Drew Don Hugg to 10 years in prison for Possession of a Controlled Substance. The 69th District Attorneys Office said in a statement that the substance was methamphetamine.
After evidence was presented, the jury deliberated for less than thirty minutes before finding Hugg guilty.
During the punishment phase, the State introduced evidence of Hugg’s previous convictions. The DA’s Office said the punishment range for this offense was increased based on Hugg’s prior convictions.
Hugg’s 10-year prison sentence reflects the maximum punishment for this offense.
69th Judicial District Attorney Erin Lands Office prosecuted the case. Her Office serves Moore, Hartley, Dallam, and Sherman counties.