A man at the Grody Center who bought black internet drugs and sold them in Iowa has been sentenced to life in prison.
Du C.J. Williams sentenced 22-year-old Jack Arthur Stumberg to more than six years in prison, after which he was sentenced to five
years in prison.
This year, he was released at a hearing on Tuesday in Cedar Wright District Court in the United States.
It takes a lot of manipulation and contains LSD, MDMA and psilocybin to spread the fungus.
Prosecutors say Stumberg ordered and received several drugs from the Internet between 2016 and 2019.
Hidden in the mail is for home use
According to a press release from Stumberg, the drug is being sold in various cities and music festivals.
Authorities also say Stumberg has been hired and has taken part in partners to help with drug projects.
Authorities seized a suspicious package sent to Stumberg in March 2019 and found a THC steam cart.
Open a Court case. Officers found other drugs during the investigation.
Stumberg will remain in the United States Marine Corps until he is transferred to state prison.
The United States Postal Service and the district office investigated the matter and became supportive.
U.S. Attorney General Dan Chatham