Selma man sentenced to Federal prison on drug charges
A Selma man was sentenced to nearly years in federal prison for drug charges.
Kenyada Dukes was sentenced to 21 months in Federal prison for drug charges, according to Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson. Dukes’ federal probation was also revoked.
Dukes, 33, was arrested by four law enforcement agencies on Sept. 8 for three counts of possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree unlawful possession of marijuana and tampering with evidence. The Dallas County Sheriff Office, ALEA, Drug Task Force and ATF Task Force all played a role in Dukes’ arrest.
Dukes’ history of drug-related arrests dates back over a decade.
“One of Selma’s most wanted has been taken off the streets,” Jackson said.