A former West Texas district attorney who once ran a tough-on-drugs campaign has received an 18-year state prison term to go along with a federal sentence, both on drug-related convictions.
Rick Roach, 57, pleaded guilty Monday to a state charge of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver in exchange for a similar charge involving cocaine being dropped. Roach, already in federal prison after pleading guilty and getting five years on a drug-related firearms charge last year, will serve the sentences concurrently.

For more information check out the article in the Houston Chronicle.

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