ABERDEEN, Miss. (WTVA) -- An Indiana man is sentenced in a contraband cigarette case with ties to Tupelo.
On Thursday, Jack Settles of Indianapolis, 56, was sentenced to six months home detention, and three years supervised release.
Settles pleaded guilty in January to making and keeping false records regarding the sale of cigarettes.
Court records say the falsified documents were used to hide federal and state excise taxes on the tobacco products.
Federal officials say millions of dollars in cigarettes moved through a Tupelo warehouse to other states.
Settles will also to pay a $40,000 fine and forfeit $160,000 to the United States government.