Houston man faces possible life sentence
A 54-year-old Houston man faces a possible life prison sentence after being convicted in Shreveport
on a federal charge of conspiring to distribute cocaine.
Kenneth Clark was found guilty late Tuesday.
Authorities say he served as a courier who moved kilo-sized quantities of cocaine to Louisiana.
Much of the cocaine was distributed in the Monroe and Shreveport areas.
Sentencing has been set for Oct. 27.
Clark faces a minimum of 20 years - could be sentenced to life without parole.
He also could be fined up to $4 million.