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Former Smallville star Sam Jones III released from prison two months early after being sentenced to a year for conspiracy to sell drugs

Youve got a couple next to you in a car who are kissing, a couple on your left who are arguing, you have people crossing the street, normal behavior. Why is there a pickup truck parked with two people in it and theyre not talking, their heads are not moving, and why are there a couple of SUVs across the street not moving? Well, I dont know. But Im not going to continue. Im going to turn around. In other words, bad guys are usually bad actors. Seriously.
Source: http://popwatch.ew.com/2012/06/22/ted-sam-jones-flash-gordon/

And then "Hunter." What about "Hunter"? Didn't you enjoy "Hunter"? Of course I did. Fred Dryer. His catchphrase was more information "Works for me." I think i did two or three episodes for "Hunter." And "Renegade" I did maybe three. Then there was the Chuck Norris series ...
Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/07/sam-jones-flash-gordon-ted_n_2258468.html

Mayor Sam Jones endorsed by three employee groups in re-election bid

27 election between Jones and Stimpson, whose fundraising machine has outraised the incumbent mayor by almost a 4-to-1 margin. Stimpson's remarks stem from a political advertisement that shows Jones' roles in the past that include a U.S. Navy veteran, Mobile County commissioner, and mayor. It also indicates he's been a father, grandfather and husband. "In every role of his life, Sam Jones has been dedicated, determined and always focused on the future," according to the commercial. But Jones' role as a husband prompted questions on why it was included within the video, because he is divorced.
Source: http://blog.al.com/live/2013/08/mobile_mayor_sam_jones_politic.html

The judge allowed Jones some leeway due to his minor role in the drug deal. Smallville actor Sam Jones released on bail after pleading guilty to drug trafficking case It all started when in October 2009 the actor was arrested by members of the Drug Enforcement Agency at his home in the Canoga Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles. The once promising actor was taken into custody after meeting an undercover federal agent who was posing as an Oxycodone supplier. According to court documents obtained by Mail Online, the government seized a massive amount of drugs from the gang - 586 pounds of marijuana and 10,000 fake Oxycodone tablets, which the defendants believed were real. Let off lightly: The 33-year-old could have easily spent five years behind bars and 20 years at most The DEA described Jones as the 'Hollywood connection' to the drug plot. He played the role of Pete Ross for three seasons on Smallville, a CW series that follows the adventures of Clark Kent during the years before he becomes Superman. Jones' character was one of Kent's best friends on the show. But the actor is perhaps even more famous for making a sex tape with his girlfriend, former Playboy Playmate Karissa Shannon.
Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2217288/Sam-Jones-III-Smallville-star-released-prison-months-early-sentenced-year.html

The Black Chiefs' Fire Officers Committee of Mobile, the Mobile Police Benevolent Association and the City of Mobile Public Works Workers Inc., represent approximate 130 people in total. Representing Public Works, Wesley Young told those gathered that he believes in the mayor. "Mayor Jones found a way to keep employees at work," Young said. "Jones has the leadership," he added. "You've watched the debates, it's like an amateur and a professional," said Young. "We don't need to change course now, what we need to do is get behind the mayor. We are calling on all the citizens of Mobile that you evaluate these candidates, you must remember where we are headed. I believe that four or five years from now under the leadership of Sam Jones that the city will be unrecognizable to many citizens," Young said.
Source: http://blog.al.com/live/2013/07/mayor_sam_jones_endorsed_by_th.html

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