A Fairview man whose videotaped arrest prompted an investigation of two drug agents pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine Friday and was sentenced to four years of probation. 31-year-old Richard Dale Lowe Jr. of Highway 96 also entered a “best interest plea” to a charge of resisting arrest and received six months of probation. Lowe’s Nov. 26 arrest by 23rd Judicial District Drug Task Force Agents Chris Freeze and Michael Pate was recorded on cell phone video by his girlfriend, Tashawna Alberd, and Public Defender Jake Lockert says the video shows Lowe being punched in the face at least once while he was handcuffed and being searched. The agents were placed on administrative leave and District Attorney Dan Alsobrooks asked the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to review the arrest. Gallatin District Attorney Ray Whitley, who was appointed special prosecutor for the investigation, said there is not enough evidence to proceed with a prosecution or present to the grand jury against the agents. Whitley said he reviewed the cell phone video and the TBI’s report and notified Alsobrooks in a letter March 4 of his determination. In a plea bargain agreement entered in Dickson County Circuit Court Friday, Lowe pleaded guilty to possession of a schedule II drug for resale and a “best interest” guilty plea to resisting arrest, while a charge of promoting the manufacture of meth was dropped. In addition to four years of probation, Lowe was fined $2,000 plus court costs, ordered not to purchase or possess any ingredients for meth and agreed to testify against Alberd, who faces charges of possession of meth and promoting the manufacture of meth.