Drug trafficking and possession has landed a Milton man in prison for 10 years.
The sentence for Jeffrey Ryan Nolley was handed down Wednesday following a March conviction of trafficking in methamphetamine greater than 28 grams, unlawful possession of a listed chemical, possession of cannabis less than 20 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia according to a State Attorney’s office press release.
Nolley was arrested earlier that month following a search of his Milton home by Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office narcotics officers.
Officers located 93 grams of methamphetamine oil, numerous one-pots, and various other paraphernalia used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine. A methamphetamine pipe along with a box of Sudafed was found in the defendant’s pocket.
Seven years of Nolley’s 10 year sentence is a minimum mandatory sentence. Upon release, Nolley will be required to serve three years of probation.