BUTLER COUNTY, OH (FOX19) - The man who police say offered drugs to Chelsea Johnson in exchange for sex pleaded guilty in court on Friday.
George Davis pleaded guilty to the charges of trafficking in drugs, a felony in the fourth degree and importuning, a felony in the fifth degree.
Davis was sentenced to 66 months in prison on the charges and given credit for time served. He will serve 32 months in prison.
Davis will also be required to register as a Tier two sex offender for 25 years after being released from prison.
Police say Davis offered heroin to Johnson in exchange for sex on the day she went missing. Johnson was later found stabbed to death.
Davis is not facing any charges related to her murder.