A North Anson man is going through a compulsory minimal five-year sentence after pleading responsible in federal district courtroom Friday to possessing fentanyl with intent to distribute.
Cody Mosher, 29, led police on a high-speed chase by means of Norridgewock and Madison earlier than his arrest in January, in response to a information launch from the U.S. Division of Justice.
In Mosher’s automobile, officers allegedly discovered 758.91 grams of fentanyl, or 379,000 probably deadly doses, in response to the DOJ. He additionally allegedly possessed 21 grams of cocaine, a “substantial amount of money,” and greater than 300 tablets.
He faces a compulsory minimal of 5 years and as much as 40 years in jail and a superb of as much as $5 million. His jail time period will likely be adopted by a minimal of 4 years and as much as a lifetime of supervised launch.
Mosher’s sentence, which will likely be decided by a federal district courtroom decide, is pending the completion of an investigative report by the U.S. Probation Workplace, in response to the DOJ.
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