Former Marshall County Revenue Commissioner Joey Masters pleads guilty to ethics violations. Following his plea this morning, a judge sentenced Masters to 12 months in jail, which was suspended for a term of two years supervised probation. He was also ordered to perform 200 hours of community service. Masters was arrested last November 6 and submitted his resignation as Revenue Commissioner later that day. Prosecutors say Masters admitting taking money from a cashbox in the Revenue Commissioner's Office for his personal use. However, they also say Masters later returned the cash.