BROWNWOOD, Texas - Another Baker's Dozen defendant was sentenced to prison.
In May, 13 arrests were made in a multi-agency operation involving drug trafficking through several counties in the Big Country.
40-year-old Keith "Boss" Martin was sentenced to 35 years in prison.
Martin pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and engaging in organized criminal activity.
Sam Moss with the Brown County District Attorney's Office, said Martin was a "regional drug supplier."
Martin remains in the Brown County Jail.
7 of the 13 involved in Operation Baker's Dozen have been sentenced.
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