The wife of a Clay County constable charged with him in a drug case has pleaded guilty in federal court.
Jennifer L. Roberts admitted being an illegal drug user in possession of a .38-caliber pistol.
Roberts also acknowledged she sold pain pills and said her husband, Jackie "The Tireman" Roberts, sold pills as well, according to a court document.
Jackie Roberts, who operated a tire store, was elected constable despite several prior felony convictions.
Police arrested the two in July after making undercover drug buys from them at the tire store.
Jennifer Roberts, who pleaded guilty Wednesday, faces up to 10 years in prison. She is scheduled to be sentenced next March.
Jackie Roberts has denied the charges. He is set for trial in November.