Department of Justice37-year-old William Garret Jackson admitted that from 2007 through 2014, while he was assistant town manager of Abingdon, he used his town-issued credit card for personal use. He admitted to using the card to purchase a subscription to Netflix, buy groceries, pay his personal cell phone bill, buy electronics and purchase other unauthorized goods and services. In all, Jackson spent $76,404 on the town’s credit card for personal expenses. As part of his guilty plea yesterday, Jackson agreed to pay back the full amount by September 1. At his sentencing, he faces a maximum possible penalty of ten years in prison and/or a fine of up to $250,000.