A man from California has been sentenced to ten years behind bars on his conviction of conspiring to bring fentanyl and carfentanil from overseas into Butler, Beaver and Allegheny counties.
44-year-old Nikia Perkins pleaded guilty back in March to one count of violating federal narcotics laws. Chief United States District Judge Mark Hornak imposed the sentence- of a decade of imprisonment and five years of supervised release- on Perkins. The sentence was announced Wednesday by U.S. Attorney Scott Brady.
The charges stemmed from a wiretap investigation by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. The Cranberry Township Police Department was recognized for its role in the investigation.
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