A 40-year-old man in Seattle has been sentenced to eight years in prison for selling thousands of cases in Seattle.
Fentanyl is illegal on the black web.
According to court documents, Matthew Witters sold more than 2,300 fentines between Alpha Bay and 2.0 between 2015 and 2017,
bringing in more than $ 1 million.
District Attorney D.Y. Attended a treatment session. The experience pays off and Witter sells it
A large number of high quality medicines for flour
He said Fentanyl traders are facing prison sentences for the benefit of public safety.
U.S. Attorney Brian T. Molveni. This is causing harm to innocent neighbors by making traffic
A staff location or family members can get something right.
According to court documents filed in the case, Water was revoked by law enforcement upon receipt of his statement.
Black web names have been found in drug-related homes in Oklahoma and California.
AlphaBay’s acquisition of Witters ended when the site closed in July 2017 and Witters was arrested in December.
The next day, management took a job in a Withers apartment building on the beach. Inside there is more
$ 165,000 in cash and various controlled clothing, paper, signs and guns.
Since his arrest, he has been hunting for the suspect and pleaded guilty in June to conspiracy to deliver drugs.