(ANGOLA) - An Angola man was told to serve six years of a 12 year sentence on Monday in Steuben Circuit Court after he entered a guilty plea to a Class B felony of Dealing Methamphetamine. 30-year-old Steven W. Jackson was one of two men arrested last November in a meth bust in the 300 block of Mechanic Street. His guilty plea was part of a plea agreement with prosecutors. In exchange for the plea, the state dismissed six other counts against him including a Class A felony for Dealing Meth within 1,000 feet of a school property since the home is close to Carlin Park Elementary. Jackson admitted his mistake before the sentenced was handed down and promised to change his ways thanks to the support he has gotten from the people who showed up in the courtroom on Monday. Six years of the sentence was suspended and Jackson was placed on probation for four years. He was given credit for 218 days already served in jail. The court also authorized that the executed time could be served in Community Corrections.