On March 12, 2019, Kory Landry, age 34, of Destrehan, LA, pled guilty to possession of cocaine. Judge Kevin D. Conner sentenced Landry to serve two years of incarceration with the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended on the condition that Landry complete three years of active probation, pay a fine of $750.00, pay $100.00 to PPSO for laboratory fees, pay $100.00 to the D.A.R.E. Program, pay $100.00 for drug education and enroll and complete the substance abuse program.
Landry also pled guilty to the crime of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, 2nd offense. Judge Conner sentenced Landry to serve six months of incarceration in the Plaquemines Parish Detention Facility, suspended on the condition that Landry serve two years of active probation, pay a fine of $750.00 plus court costs, perform 240 hours community service, install an interlock device on his residence/vehicle, and serve two days in the Plaquemines Parish Detention Facility.