The man police say was dealing large amounts of cocaine in Madison County and laundering money through his clothing store entered a plea agreement Friday. Jakolbe Chenault was scheduled to stand trial Monday for the charges. He agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to distribute cocaine. U.S. District Attorney’s say they will be seeking a prison sentence of 30 years for Chenault. Police investigated the drug ring for several years. Uncovering it has lead to the arrested of Chenault and almost a dozen members of the drug ring as well as to the bodies of missing Richmond couple Charles Walker and Sonsoray Warford.