Obama commutes sentences of 6 from Tennessee, Kentucky
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Six people from Tennessee and Kentucky are among the 61 prisoners who had their sentences commuted by President Barack Obama.
All six whose sentences were commuted Wednesday were drug dealers who were sentenced to serve anywhere from 16 years to life in prison. Four are scheduled to be released on July 28.
Robert Anthony Anderson of Louisville was serving a life sentence for his involvement in a cocaine distribution ring.
Nathan Carter of Memphis was also serving a life sentence in prison. He was convicted on two counts of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. One count involved 121 grams of the cocaine, and the other amount was 65.8 grams of the drug.
The others include Lamont Durville Glass of Knoxville, Robin Evette Shoulders of Louisville, Eric Smith of Memphis and Michael Yandal of Murray.
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