VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - A judge has sentenced a man accused of transporting $5 million worth of drugs through the area.
Ravinder Kaler entered a plea agreement.
According to online court records, he entered a guilty plea to dealing in cocaine and meth.
The judge suspended the 10-year prison sentence for each charge, with credit for nine days seved in jail.
Instead, Kaler will serve nine years and 353 days of informal probation.
He was arrested in October of last year along I-70 in Vigo County.
They said the semi-trailer he was driving contained 220 pounds of cocaine and 70 pounds of meth.
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