In Kane, a man is accused of buying and selling a subway at a black station.
Michael K. Anderson, 42, 5613, Route 6, Kane, was tried in Erie Court for drug trafficking.
This was announced on Wednesday by the American lawyer Scott Brady.
Critics said Anderson tried to sell more than 50 grams of methamphetamine on August 26.
They buy methamphetamine on the black internet to sell and distribute drugs in the western provinces.
According to Brady, the law provides for a 40-year prison sentence, a fine of $ 5,000,000, or both.
Therefore, every decision is made based on Anderson’s determination and the extent of his potential.
U.S. Attorney General Paul Sellers sued the federal attorney general.
The following leaders assisted in the research:
McCain County Detective and McCain County Drug Enforcement Administration.
According to court records, Anderson was released on $ 20,000 bail and ordered on video.
Prosecution on October 5 at 10 p.m.
The words keep thinking. Payment of settlement fees. The offender will think that the perpetrator of the crime is only proving
that he committed the crime.