Lynchburg Man Found Guilty on Cocaine Charges, Faces up to 20 Years in Prison

Lynchburg, VA - A Lynchburg man was found guilty Tuesday on cocaine charges and now potentially faces twenty years in prison without the possibility of parole.According to the LPD, their Vice and Narcotics Unit , along with the Central Virginia Drug Task Force, began working a long term narcotics investigation on Terrence Overton Barbour back in June of 2013.{} On December 20, 2013 Barbour was arrested for possession with the intent to distribute cocaine where more than $47,000 in US currency and about $35,000 in assets were seized after multiple search warrants were executed by the Lynchburg Police Departments Tactical Unit.On February 3, 2014 Barbour was indicted on three counts of distribution of cocaine and three counts of distribution of cocaine in a school zone.On May 27, 2014 Barbour, who requested a jury trial, was found guilty on all six counts.The jury recommended that Barbour serve 20 years in prison without the possibility for parole. In September of 2014 Barbour will have his official sentencing by the Lynchburg Circuit Court.