Lawton Pharmacist Pleads Guilty To Selling Drugs To Make Meth

New developments in the case against a former Lawton pharmacist accused of knowingly selling drugs used to make methamphetamine.

69-year-old Hake Lee Evans Jr. has received a deferred sentence on three misdemeanor counts of Willful Failure to Report Dispensation Information to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.

He was originally charged with four felony counts, but those were dropped as part of a plea deal.

Evans was indicted in July of last year. He later resigned his position on the State Board of Health, surrendered his pharmacy license and sold his Lawton pharmacy.