A Georgia woman is likely facing more than a decade behind bars for her role in a multi-million dollar drug ring in Knoxville.
A jury convicted Kimberly Robinson on cocaine distribution and money laundering charges. Prosecutors say she helped transport at least five kilograms of cocaine from Fayetteville, Georgia to Knoxville. They say drug dealers here helped sell the coke.
In total, investigators say the drug ring distributed $48 million worth of cocaine.
Sentencing is set for mid-August. She could face between 10 years to life in prison.