Former High School Football Coach, Teacher from Southern Part of State Sentenced for Drug Distribution

By Connect-Bridgeport Staff on February 07, 2018 via

According to MetroNews, a former Valley High School football coach and teacher was sentenced Monday in Fayette County Circuit Court on drug distribution charges.
Larry McCommack II, 38 of Boomer, pleaded guilty in December to two felony charges of delivery of a controlled substance. He admitted to selling Subutex, a drug developed for opiate addiction treatment, twice last February. He also sold the drugs to a confidential informant in December.
In Monday’s sentencing, McCommack said he has changed since the events of 2017 and hoped Judge Paul Blake Jr. would give him a second chance.
“The months since (my) arrest have been a very humbling experience for me. I have a lot of good left to give, your honor. I’m worth another chance.”
McCommack’s attorney, Christopher Moorehead, backed his client’s comments saying he has made all of the proper inquiries, asked the right questions and has made multiple attempts to get into rehab.
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