An Internal Revenue Service clerk accused of dealing drugs at the agency's Ogden Service Center has pleaded guilty to reduced charges and faces a Sept. 18 sentencing.

Louis Sandoval, Weber County, was one of 10 people charged in the case and the second to plead guilty.Sandoval pleaded guilty to a single count of distributing cocaine in exchange for a second charge being dropped. Another defendant, Todd Williams, last month pleaded in a similar arrangement with prosecutors.

The case involved multiple drug charges against four IRS employees, a service center security guard and three contract IRS maintenance workers, as well as two people not employed at the center.