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John Grotts allowed a drug house at his Ursa home
The former head of the Adams County drug court will spend 30 days and jail and serve 200 hours of community service, a U.S. Attorney's Office spokeswoman said.
John Grotts pleaded guilty to allowing a drug house in his Ursa home. He was arrested in April 2012.
Grotts appeared in the U.S. District Court Central District of Illinois Monday where U.S. District Judge Sue Myerscough.
U.S. Attorney Spokeswoman Sharon Paul said it's unclear where Grotts will serve his jail time as Adams County Jail typically doesn't house federal inmates. It's likely he would serve his 30 days in the Pike County Jail.