MOULTRIE — One of the last remaining drug dealers snagged in a Georgia Bureau of Investigation dragnet last summer recently was sentenced.

Robert Lee Smith III, 30, of Moultrie, is now serving 15 years in prison with 15 more to serve on probation after his release. His punishment was handed down by Superior Court Judge Richard Cowart. A Superior Court jury convicted Smith in December on one count of cocaine sale. He was videotaped while selling $40 of crack cocaine to undercover agents.

In other felony cases:

• Willie David Hunter, 25, 320 Second Ave. N.W., pleaded guilty to obstruction and was sentenced to five years prison. In August, Hunter was charged with trying to throw a female police officer off the second story balcony of the Inn at Moultrie.

• Demetrius D. Blackwell, 23, 1209 Cool Springs Road, pleaded guilty to cocaine sale to an undercover agent in December 2004 and was sentenced to five years prison.

• Lisa Marie Hunsucker-Taylor, 23, 1024 Doc Darbyshire Road, Norman Park, pleaded guilty to first offender theft by taking and was sentenced to five years probation, $1,500 fine, 80 hours community service, $300 restitution to victim Alton Chancy and no contact with victim.

• Robert Blackwell, 19, 348 Mimosa Drive, Norman Park, and Jeffery L. Taylor, 21, Tifton, each pleaded guilty to burglary and was sentenced to five years intensive probation, $2,000 fine, 120 hours community service, time in diversion center suspended upon payment and no contact with victim. Blackwell and Taylor broke into the home of Michael Kinsey, 180 N. Railroad St., Norman Park, in June.

• Rufus Harris Jr., 54, 280 Sandy Ridge Cemetery Road, Norman Park, pleaded guilty to habitual violator and was sentenced to five years probation.

• Jerry Lee Tolbert, 37, 1310 First Ave. N.W., pleaded guilty to theft by taking and was sentenced to five years probation, 180 to 365 days detention center, $1,500 fine, 80 hours community service, $100 restitution to American Pawn, $130 restitution Pawn Depot, curfew and no contact with victim. Tolbert stole six nail guns in August 2005 from Universal Forest Products.

• Christopher Lee Starnes, 26, Fifth Street Southeast, pleaded guilty to interference with government property and was sentenced to three years intensive probation, 80 hours community service suspended upon payment of restitution and no contact with Carrie Nicholson, Sandra Jensen and Timothy Jensen. Starnes kicked out a window of a sheriff’s patrol car in November 2005, and as part of a plea deal charges of stalking, harassing phone calls and disorderly conduct were dropped.

• Wiley Travis Gray, 37, Bob Taylor Road, pleaded guilty to battery and was sentenced to a year probation, $1,000 fine and no contact with victim or his family. In September, Gray hit Walter McClelland above the left eye with a shotgun at Circle N Petro.

• Jacob Lee Dulier, 21, 1415 Crescent Drive, pleaded guilty to first offender burglary and was sentenced to seven years probation, $1,000 fine, restitution and 180 to 365 days in the detention center. In October, Dulier burglarized the home of John C. McCall, same address.

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