The husband of the former Jamaica mayor, who was arrested on several drug charges after law enforcement found a marijuana growing operation in their home has been sentenced in Guthrie County.
According to court documents 59-year-old Randy Dean Kennedy pleaded guilty and was convicted of two counts of manufacture, deliver or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver marijuana, and two counts of failure to affix drug tax stamp, both class D felonies. Kennedy was sentenced to five years in prison for each of the four counts, which were all then suspended for him to be placed on two years probation for each offense. The sentences for the first and second count are to be served consecutively, and concurrently with the third and fourth count, which will be served consecutively. He’s ordered to pay over $4,500 in fines and surcharges, as well as additional court costs and jail fees. A third failure to affix a drug stamp charge and two other misdemeanors were dismissed. His wife and former Jamaica mayor LaDonna Kennedy faces similar charges. Raccoon Valley Radio will bring you more information as it becomes official.