A former assistant football coach at Sidney High School has pleaded guilty to two drug charges.
Forty-two-year-old Robert Lewis pleaded guilty last week to possessing more than a pound of marijuana and possessing hashish.
Court documents say the Nebraska State Patrol had been watching Lewis because they had been tipped that he was transporting drugs.
Lewis had been on the Sidney coaching staff for ten years before his arrest. He no longer works for the school district.
Lewis is scheduled to be sentenced on July 12. He could be
sentenced to a maximum of 10 years in prison.
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