A Dickson man charged with breaking into K-Mart three different times to steal jewelry and drugs will serve a year in jail and then be placed on probation for 11 years if he successfully completes the county’s Drug Court program. 24-year-old Jeremy Wade Long pleaded guilty Tuesday to burglary and theft charges in Dickson County Circuit Court stemming from a March 19 burglary in which more than $60,000 in diamond, silver and gold jewelry was stolen. Long was arrested early Nov. 20 after police responded to the second alarm of the night at the store on Henslee Drive. Shortly after 4 am Long was captured inside the store’s garden center while trying to flee from police. A bag containing 4,000 tablets of the opiate pain-reliever Hydrocodone and 1,500 tablets of Alprazolam, an anxiety medication, along with syringes was found outside the store’s fence. Long admitted to breaking into the store earlier in the night then hiding in the woods after an alarm went off. He broke in again after police left and took the medicine from the pharmacy. In a plea bargain agreement presented Tuesday, Judge Robert Burch sentenced Long to eight years in prison for the March burglary. He will serve 11 months and 29 days at the county jail then be furloughed into the Drug Court program. While Long has not yet been indicted for the November burglary, Assistant District Attorney Ray Crouch said he intends to seek a four-year sentence consecutive to the eight-year sentence to give Long a total of 12 years, with 11 years being on probation if he completes the drug program. Crouch said under the agreement Long will “serve 12 years if he messes up.” Long still faces charges in Humphreys County after allegedly hiding inside a Dollar General Store then assaulting an employee during a burglary attempt. A hearing to determine how much restitution Long will have to make is set for April 8.