DOTHAN, Ala (WDHN)— A Dothan pastor, who is accused of multiple federal charges, is set to enter a guilty plea, per court documents.
According to Glasgow’s Attorney Derek Yarbrough, Kenneth Glasgow will plead guilty to all of his federal charges which include tax evasion, mail fraud, and drug charges.
Yarbrough says Glasgow felt a plea deal was in his best interest.
According to documents filed by the Department of Justice, Glasgow was accused of stealing $407,450 from one of his tax-exempt organizations and sending false information to the Social Security Administration to obtain disability payments.
In 2020, Glasgow was accused of distributing cocaine to an unnamed suspect and was indicted by a grand jury. He pled not guilty in 2021, per past WDHN reports.
A court date to discuss the guilty plea is pending.
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