WASHINGTON (AP) — A Washington drug dealer who escaped from a western Maryland jail in 2011 is going to prison.

Documents filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Washington show that 32-year-old Deandre Kelly was sentenced Nov. 14 to 15 years in the federal Bureau of Prisons.

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Kelly pleaded guilty in 2009 to conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute PCP and cocaine. He agreed to cooperate with prosecutors but failed to appear for subsequent hearings.

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In January 2011, Kelly was arrested during a traffic stop in Garrett County and charged with drug, weapon and traffic offenses. He escaped from the county jail a day later, assaulting two correctional officers while brandishing a handgun.

Kelly was captured in May 2011 in Bedford, Va.

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