Illinois man pleads guilty to possession, child endangerment charges

A Johnston City, Illinois, man has pleaded guilty to drug and child endangerment charges, the Williamson County State’s Attorney’s Office says.

The state’s attorney’s office says 38-year-old Damon Jones pleaded guilty to felony possession of methamphetamine and a misdemeanor charge of endangering the life of a child. He has sentenced to five years for the meth charge and 364 days for the misdemeanor. 

Jones was arrested in December of 2014 on kidnapping and meth possession charges. He was accused of kidnapping his two step daughters. 

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