KINGWOOD \u2014 A Bretz man was sentenced to two- to-10 years in prison Monday for selling drugs, but the sentence was suspended, and he was placed on probation.\r\n\r\nPreston Circuit Judge Lawrance Miller Jr. placed Jerry Lee Blosser on probation for three years and ordered Blosser to spend the weekends of April in jail.\r\n\r\nBlosser previously pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver and conspiracy. Under the plea agreement, three other charges of possession with intent to deliver were dismissed.\r\n\r\nAt an earlier hearing, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Megan Allender said Blosser was arrested along with co-defendant Brandon Massie in March 2017, after a confidential informant provided sheriff\u2019s deputies with information about drug sales.\r\n\r\nBlosser\u2019s attorney, Stephanie Nethken, told the court her client takes care of his brother and does not have a substance abuse problem.\r\n\r\nWhen Miller asked where the drugs came from, Blosser said he was selling them to help Massie.\r\n\r\n\u201cSomething\u2019s not adding up,\u201d Miller said. \u201cThis is not what the defendant and co-defendant said on the [pre-sentence report].\u201d\r\n\r\nBlosser said he tried to get Massie into a drug rehabilitation center but had no luck. \u201cI can\u2019t believe I got caught up in this,\u201d he said.\r\n\r\n\u201cI\u2019m putting you on probation because you have no prior record, and the state and the probation officer recommended it,\u201d Miller said. \u201cWhat you told me is different than you told probation. I sentenced you to jail because you are not fully forthcoming in this matter.\u201d\r\n\r\nMiller also ordered Blosser to participate in any education or evaluation programs ordered\u00a0by probation.