A sentencing date has been set for a Zanesville man, after a Wood County jury found him guilty of a drug charge, Wednesday.
In June of 2010, agents with the Parkersburg Narcotics Task Force arrested Randall Cremeans after a brief car chase.
Authorities said when they finally found Cremeans hiding in a basement, they also found a bag of cocaine on him.
Wednesday afternoon, a jury convicted Cremeans of felony possession with the intent to deliver.
Judge Robert Waters revoked Cremeans' bond and remanded him to jail.
He also set a sentencing date for some time in November.
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