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4 FCI Gilmer Inmates Plead Guilty, Sentenced in Clarksburg District Court

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Four FCI Gilmer inmates pleaded guilty and were sentenced on October 23 before Judge Irene M. Keeley in U.S. District Court in Clarksburg, according to a news release from the office of the U.S. Attorney Northern District of West Virginia.

Jayson Jones, 26, pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited object on December 27, 2011, when FCI Gilmer staff found four packages of marijuana hidden in mail sent to Jones. Officials said Jones was sentenced to four months in prison to be served consecutively with his current 135-month sentence.

Jones' case was investigated by the Special Investigative Services Staff at FCI Gilmer and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

Hector Blas, 23, pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited object on April 24, 2012, when he was found in possession of heroin. Blas was sentenced to 12 months in prison to be served consecutively with his current 240-month sentence, according to the news release.

Gustavo Vasquez-Preto, 48, pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited object on June 14, 2012, when he was found in possession of heroin. Officials said Preto was sentenced to 12 months in prison to be served consecutively with his current 54-month sentence.

James Nealy, 29, pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited object on May 20, 2012, when he was found to be in possession of marijuana. Nealy was sentenced to four months in prison to be served consecutively with his current 222-month sentence.

Blas', Preto's, and Nealy's cases were investigated by the Special Investigative Services Staff at FCI Gilmer.

All four cases were prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Brandon S. Flower.