A city man was immediately convicted of using Darnett to import fentanyl and heroin from another country.
Nathan Ryer, 26, pleaded guilty to drug trafficking and spent about 16 months in Pennington County Jail.
According to the South Dakota Attorney General’s Office. Each faces up to 20 years in prison
In court, the public prosecutor’s office acquitted two other drug trafficking charges and a heroin trafficking lawyer.
Federal Judge Jeffrey Vikenan sentenced Rare to a three-year suspended sentence with a laptop, two cell phones and a cell phone.
Memory card. Rare will have to pay 7,775 to the City Police drug owner.
60 660 for the trial and the 60th Dakota Drug Control Foundation.
According to current documents, the drug was delivered to River in Rapid City between February 2018 and February 2019.
Insurer. The electronic search in January 2019 resulted in an online search of drugs and packaging. Reuer check also
Positive effects on cannabis, opioids and methamphetamine.
Dark Internet is a part of the Internet that can only be accessed through special software that allows users to remain anonymous
It is not clear how the police first found out about Ruer’s package being imported. But city and home police are in a hurry
In January 2019, investigators’ security agents began seizing packages ordered from Canada and allegedly found drugs in them.
Search for traffic.