CUMBERLAND — A LaVale man was sentenced to a 14-year prison term and a Baltimore man received a 10-year jail term in Allegany County Circuit Court, according to State's Attorney Michael O. Twigg and the Allegany County Narcotics Task Force.
Cody McClure Propst, 38, was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute heroin before he was sentenced by Judge W. Timothy Finan to 14 years in the Maryland Division of Corrections. Seven years of the sentence were suspended.
Upon release, Propst will be placed on three years' supervised probation.
The case was the result of an investigation conducted by members of the Allegany County Narcotics Task Force into the distribution and sales of heroin in Allegany County.
The state was represented by Assistant State’s Attorney Samuel J. Lane. The defendant was represented by Cumberland attorney G.V. McKinley.
In a separate case, Parrish Letric Williams Jr., 31, Baltimore, was found guilty of possession with intent to distribute fentanyl/cocaine mixture and was sentenced by Finan to 10 years in the Maryland Division of Corrections. Four years of the sentence were suspended.
Upon release, Williams will be placed on three years' supervised probation.
The case stemmed from an investigation into distribution and sales of heroin and fentanyl.
The state was represented by Lane. Williams was represented by Attorney Stephen R. Tully.
In another case, a jury found Dijhon Alexis Sanders, 27, Baltimore, guilty of distribution of fentanyl and conspiracy to distribute fentanyl.
Judge Jeffrey S. Getty ordered a pre-sentence investigation, Sanders’ bond was revoked and she was incarcerated pending sentencing.
Sanders' arrest and conviction resulted from investigation into the distribution and sales of heroin and fentanyl.
The state was represented by Lane. Sanders was represented by Attorney Richard Kline.